Union to discuss alternatives at Bus Éireann

One of the unions at Bus Éireann that has rejected the latest €5 million cost-saving programme for the company will meet management this week to discuss possible alternatives.

1st June, 2013

One of the unions at Bus Éireann that has rejected the latest €5 million cost-saving programme for the company will meet management this week to discuss possible alternatives for its members.

Siptu and Bus Éireann drivers - who staged a two-day strike last month - accepted the cost cuts that were brokered at the Labour Relations Commission (LRC) last week. But members of the Transport Salaried Staff Association (TSSA) have rejected the deal by...

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