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Government set to agree new collective bargaining laws

The government is expected to agree to new collective bargaining laws at its cabinet meeting this Tuesday.

11th May, 2014

The government is expected to agree to new collective bargaining laws at its cabinet meeting this Tuesday, to implement a coalition pledge to placate trade unions with a restoration of indirect union recognition.

The move will see an effective restoration of the 2001 and 2004 Industrial Relations Acts which were struck down by the Supreme Court in 2007. This arose from an appeal by Ryanair against attempts by the Irish Airline Pilots Association, a branch...

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