Christmas postal strike on the cards

As if the government didn't have enough problems with the trade unions refusing to enter social partnership talks, a postal strike in the run-up to Christmas will add to its troubles.

29th October, 2005

As if the government didn't have enough problems with the trade unions refusing to enter social partnership talks, a postal strike in the run-up to Christmas will add to its troubles.

An Post was unofficially crowned the basket case of semi-state companies with losses of €43 million in 2003, but it managed to break-even last year - largely due to the non-payment of €60 million due to staff under the national wage agreement and an...

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