Pay deal to be ironed out this week

The final partnership deal agreed by the government and unions will contain measures to assist the manufacturing and food industries, amid threats to competitiveness.

3rd June, 2006

The final partnership deal agreed by the government and unions will contain measures to assist the manufacturing and food industries, amid threats to competitiveness.

The downgrading of staff pension schemes will also be on the agenda on Tuesday when the social partners resume negotiations at Government Buildings. While a new pay deal was agreed last week, the successor to Sustaining Progress will not be completed until the contentious issue of pensions is dealt with, according...

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