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Aer Lingus could face €3 million wage bill hike

Tribunal rules carrier should have settled pay rises

17th April, 2016
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Aer Lingus faces a potential €3 million hike in its annual wage bill after the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) ruled that it should have paid increments in 2013 and 2014.

The airline had made “unlawful deductions” from one Aer Lingus staff member, the EAT ruled, but sources with knowledge of the situation told this newspaper that this could pave the way for all staff at the airline to have the increments paid.

An individual staff...

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