Sunday July 12, 2020

ESB action looms as pay deal rejected

More than a thousand staff represented by the TEEU trade union have again voted against offer

27th November, 2016

The ESB faces a threat of industrial action after key network staff rejected a major pay agreement for the third time in six months.

Under the new agreement, wages at the company would rise 5.5 per cent by next year, on top of the 2 per cent hike already paid last year.

But more than a thousand key network and power generation staff represented by the TEEU trade union have again voted against the deal despite all...

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