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Luas drivers face short-time working if strike continues

Lock-out threat to staff as talks break down

12th April, 2016
Talks logjam: pic:

If the Luas strike continues staff face lay-offs or short-time working, the Dublin light rail service operator Transdev has warned.

The workers have been bluntly told that their employer will not accept “part performance” of employment contracts.

It is believed that Transdev will staff lower pay rises than those set out in Workplace Relations Commission proposals rejected overwhelmingly by workers.

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