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Boardroom: Slow crumbling of Croke Park

The period of relative industrial peace in this country may be coming to an end. Two things recently have sparked this thought: the airport pension row and public sector allowances.

13th October, 2012
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This is not 'public sector bashing'. The fact is that there is only a set amount of cash to spend.

The period of relative industrial peace in this country may be coming to an end. Two things recently have sparked this thought. Strike one (excuse the pun) is the airport pension row, where the company warned last week that, if the scheme were shut now, pensioners due to retire might only receive four cent in every euro of their expected pension. This may be a worst-case scenario, but obviously there is a huge gap to...

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