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ESB talks collapse over severance terms and top pay

The refusal by the ESB to continue the terms of a generous severance package for staff, as well as union disquiet over the pay rates for top management at the company, were two of the key stumbling

4th December, 2011

The refusal by the ESB to continue the terms of a generous severance package for staff, as well as union disquiet over the pay rates for top management at the company, were two of the key stumbling blocks that led to talks at the company collapsing last week.

*The Sunday Business Post* understands that the ESB group of unions tabled a plan to save €140 million in payroll costs over three to four years. The...

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