Monday February 17, 2020

Boots workers to vote on 3% pay increase

4th June, 2015
Mandate said the deal is an example of "mutual respect" that other companies should follow

Boots workers will vote on a 3 per cent pay increase in the “coming weeks” following the Mandate trade union’s lodgement of a pay claim in May, the union said today.

Mandate said the pay increase is “well-deserved” recognition of the hard work and dedication shown by workers in the company. Brendan O’Hanlon, Mandate’s divisional organiser, said Boots is one of the “most successful retailers in Ireland” largely due to its workers....

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