IBRC workers to get tough with liquidator on redundancy terms

IBRC employees are not willing to co-operate with work on the sale of the IBRC loan book unless previous redundancy terms are restored.

10th March, 2013

IBRC workers' representatives will meet liquidator Kieran Wallace tomorrow to deliver the message that employees are not willing to co-operate with work on the sale of the IBRC loan book unless previous redundancy terms are restored.

The Irish Bank Officials Association (IBOA) will also demand to see the new wind-up plan for the special liquidation process, and where alternative jobs might be available for IBRC employees.

There has been speculation about various parties taking an...

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