Eircom friction to continue

Tomorrow’s trip to the Labour Relations Commission by Eircom executives and trade union representatives is unlikely to be their last in the short term.

14th July, 2007

Tomorrow’s trip to the Labour Relations Commission by Eircom executives and trade union representatives is unlikely to be their last in the short term.

The Communications Workers Union (CWU) has served industrial action notice on the company.

The action is due to begin on Thursday, unless the row with management over the payment of the latest instalment of the national pay agreement, Towards 2016, is resolved.

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