SIPTU Dublin Bus drivers vote against strike action

SIPTU Dublin Bus drivers have voted by 72 per cent to 28 per cent against taking strike action in opposition to the implementation of a cost-savings plan.

6th November, 2013

SIPTU Dublin Bus drivers have voted by 72 per cent to 28 per cent against taking strike action in opposition to the implementation of a cost-savings plan.

SIPTU Organiser, John Murphy, said: “The acceptance of the cost reduction proposals by a majority of their colleagues in previous ballots indicated to bus drivers that any strike action would not have the level of unity and support which would be required to successfully fend off the proposed cuts."

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