Mulvey in the middle
The Labour Relations Commission has emerged as the main hope of getting the ‘social partners’ back talking, instead of waging ‘a war of attrition’
Public sector unions stepped up their work-to-rule industrial action last week with, members of the public experiencing minor inconveniences across a range of services. Phones rang out in government offices everywhere as workers refused to answer calls and other services closed their doors during lunch breaks.
As tensions continued to mount, Kieran Mulvey, chief executive of the Labour Relations Commission (LRC), stepped in and offered to assist in getting the government and trade unions back...
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