Monday June 1, 2020

Ministers continue their rapid rise up the pay ladder

“I wish to emphasise that we can best protect high incomes by setting wage growth at a sensible and affordable level.”

16th July, 2005

“I wish to emphasise that we can best protect high incomes by setting wage growth at a sensible and affordable level.”

That's what Taoiseach Bertie Ahern told a meeting of the social partners in Dublin Castle last week. As talks begin to achieve a new national wage agreement, participants who doubt the benefits of the process could usefully look at the experience of the Taoiseach and his colleagues.

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