Tesco staff to lose out on outstanding pay rises

Staff at Tesco’s 131 Irish stores will not receive pay rises outstanding since 2008, following a ruling by the Labour Court after a year-long dispute.

28th May, 2011

Staff at Tesco’s 131 Irish stores will not receive pay rises outstanding since 2008, following a ruling by the Labour Court after a year-long dispute.

Workers represented by Siptu and Mandate had claimed pay rises equivalent to increases that were outlined in the Towards 2016 social partnership agreement.

However, Tesco, which has more than 14,000 staff in Ireland, rejected the claim.

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