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DAA aims to bypass unions if they fail to agree on new pension fund

23rd December, 2014

Dublin Airport Authority has instigated measures that will allow it bypass its trade unions, should they fail to reach a collective agreement on a proposed new pension fund.

The revelation came after Siptu informed the company that it would not back a ballot of DAA workers to approve the new scheme, into which the company has promised to pay €57 million to bolster workers’ retirement funds.

DAA advised the trustee of the troubled IASS...

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