Tuesday June 2, 2020

No progress in airport pension crisis

No progress has been made in solving the airport pension crisis after 13 weeks of involvement by the government appointed expert panel.

1st June, 2014

No progress has been made in solving the airport pension crisis after 13 weeks of involvement by the government appointed expert panel, according to members of Siptu's airport pension committee.

Their assessment is in sharp contrast to an update that the expert panel itself released last Friday referring to a ''productive round of discussions and ''an intensive period of direct and constructive engagement.

One pension committee member spoken to by The Sunday Business Post referred to...

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