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The industrial relations temperature was close to boiling point last week as unions upped the ante in response to clear hints from the government that pay cuts were high on its agenda.

3rd October, 2009

The industrial relations temperature was close to boiling point last week as unions upped the ante in response to clear hints from the government that pay cuts were high on its agenda.

Impact and Siptu announced strike ballots. The Irish Congress of Trade Union (Ictu) announced a €1.3million lobbying campaign, which includes a national day of action on November 6. A new lobby group – 24/7 Frontline Service Alliance – has emerged, which groups unions...

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