Pay cuts in June if no deal is struck with unions

Unions have been warned that the government plasn to impose pay cuts and freeze increments from the start of June if agreement is not reached on the Croke Park deal.

27th April, 2013

Unions have been warned that the government is planning to impose pay cuts and freeze increments from the beginning of June if agreement cannot be reached on the Croke Park deal.

The government has briefed officials from the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) about its plans following the deal being voted down by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu).

*The Sunday Business Post* understands that legislation will be brought forward for pay cuts contained in...

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