Ictu to accept pay freeze deal and cost-saving measures

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) will formally approve the government’s proposals for a four-year pay freeze and a programme of cost-saving reforms in the public sector when the body’s public services committee meets on Tuesday.

12th June, 2010

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) will formally approve the government’s proposals for a four-year pay freeze and a programme of cost-saving reforms in the public sector when the body’s public services committee meets on Tuesday.

After Siptu and Impact - the two largest public sector unions - voted in favour of the Croke Park deal this weekend, the weighted system of voting on the committee means the agreement will...

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