Monday February 24, 2020

Mandate wins E€15m in pay rises for 40,000 workers

More than 40,000 workers in the Irish retail industry secured pay rises of an average 2.5 per cent last year, cumulatively worth more than €15 million.

29th December, 2013

More than 40,000 workers in the Irish retail industry secured pay rises of an average 2.5 per cent last year, cumulatively worth more than €15 million.

Retailers where pay rises were secured for staff include Dunnes Stores, Argos, Marks & Spencer, Penneys, Brown Thomas, Superquinn and Debenhams.

Mandate, the country's biggest retail union with a membership of 45,000, is in negotiations with the Boots chain of chemists here in a bid to secure pay increases for their employees.

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