LRC talks seek to tie down individual deals

While the Croke Park II proposals were voted down emphatically just over a month ago, exploratory talks at the Labour Relations Commission have met with greater success.

18th May, 2013
Liam Doran of the INMO.

While the initial Croke Park II proposals were voted down emphatically just over a month ago, exploratory talks at the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) to see if €1 billion savings can be achieved through other means have met with much greater success.

This appears to be due to the fact that the new talks are sectoral - and with individual unions - compared to the initial shaping of the proposals, which was done at the...

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