Tuesday April 7, 2020

ESB worker directors refuse to sign off on annual accounts

Worker directors refused to sign off on ESB's annual report last week for the first time in the company's history, reigniting the battle over the deficit in its retirement scheme.

16th March, 2014

Worker directors refused to sign off on ESB's annual report last week for the first time in the company's history, reigniting the battle over the deficit in its retirement scheme.

The dispute over the €800 million deficit has re-erupted just three months after the two sides reached a deal at the Labour Relations Commission that averted a threatened strike just before Christmas.

The refusal to sign off on the company's accounts - which showed profits...

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