Iarnrod Eireann seeking 25% pay rise
Staff will not agree to higher frequency schedule without dialogue
The National Bus and Rail union has written a letter to
Iarnrod Eireann demanding an immediate end to salary restrictions implemented in 2014 - and an increase of 25 per cent to current pay.
The restrictions were to be a temporary measure and ranged from 1.7 per cent for employees earning €56,000 or less, up to 6.1 per cent for those earning over €100,000.
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