AGSI declares social partnership dead but rules out "blue flu"

The move by the government to invite public sector unions to talks on a successor to the Croke Park agreement “marks the end of Croke Park and social partnership,” one trade union has said.

21st November, 2012
AGSI declares social partnership dead but rules out "blue flu"
Garda representatives said that further cuts to public sector pay is outside the Croke Park Agreement.

The move by the government to invite public sector unions to talks on a successor to the Croke Park agreement “marks the end of Croke Park and social partnership,” one trade union has said.

* **Read Pat Leahy's analysis of the government move to instigate talks**

John Redmond, General Secretary of the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors, said that further cuts to public sector pay is outside the Croke Park Agreement. Yesterday Minister...

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