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Staff at the Financial Regulator vote against industrial action

Unionised staff at the Financial Regulator have decided by a margin of a single vote not to take part in mass strikes being organised by unions for March 30.

21st March, 2009

Unionised staff at the Financial Regulator have decided by a margin of a single vote not to take part in mass strikes being organised by unions for March 30.

Around half of the 1,000strong staff at the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority (IFSRA) are members of Unite trade union.

These members were balloted in the middle of last week on whether they should take part in the planned strike action. It is believed around 400 union...

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