Airport pension talks "grind to a halt" as trade union rejects proposals

DAA worker representatives have rejected the company’s proposals to deal with the funding crisis in the company’s pension scheme, the Daily Business Post has learned.

26th November, 2012
“Talks between the parties have come to a grinding halt,” said a source.

Dublin Airport Authority worker representatives have rejected the company’s proposals to deal with the funding crisis in the company’s pension scheme, the Daily Business Post has learned.

The rejection of the DAA proposals brings long-threatened industrial action across Ireland’s aviation sector on the issue back into focus, said a well informed source.

“Talks between the parties have come to a grinding halt,” said the source.

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