Sunday May 31, 2020

Grant Boilers ‘unhappy’ about worker pay rise, citing negative Brexit effect

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
6th May, 2018
Stephen Grant, Founder and Managing Director Grant Engineering, and Niall Fay, General Manager/Director of Grant Engineering

Grant Engineering, the well-known boiler and home heating system manufacturer, has said it is “unhappy” at being told by the Labour Court to give its 320 workers a pay increase of 2 per cent for each of the next two years to solve a long-running pay dispute.

In a statement to The Sunday Business Post, a spokesperson for the company said: “Given the effects of Brexit on our business, the company is unhappy at the...

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