Unions say managers not implementing Croke Park deal

Managers at higher levels of the public service are showing an ‘‘inertia’’ towards implementation of the Croke Park deal, according to senior union sources.

13th November, 2010

Managers at higher levels of the public service are showing an ‘‘inertia’’ towards implementation of the Croke Park deal, according to senior union sources.

The deal was agreed almost four-and-a-half months ago, and little of its cost-saving reforms - such as deployment and increased efficiencies in various sectors - have yet been implemented. Last week, Kieran Mulvey, chief executive of the Labour Relations Commission (LRC), said he was ‘‘starting to see...

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