Unions disagree over airport pension crisis

Tensions have erupted between Siptu and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions over different approaches to handling the ongoing airport pension crisis.

22nd December, 2013

Tensions have erupted between Siptu and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions over different approaches to handling the ongoing airport pension crisis. The spat comes as staff representatives seek legal advice about the possibility of a legal challenge about the manner in which the assets of the airport pension scheme were invested.

Trade unions also began balloting members in Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport Authority and Shannon Airport Authority for industrial action, up to and including...

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