Thursday February 27, 2020

Asti staff may go on strike against union bosses

Siptu wrote last week to the Asti general secretary informing him of the decision

16th April, 2017
Pictured left to right are ASTI general secretary and Kieran Christie, ASTI President Ed Byrne

Management of the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland (Asti) face the embarrassing prospect of a strike or industrial action by the trade union’s own staff.

Trade union Siptu, which represents about 20 staff members of the teacher’s trade union, wrote last week to Kieran Christie, Asti general secretary, informing him of the decision.

Siptu and the NUJ which represent Asti workers have mandated the two unions to proceed to ballot on an...

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