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Siptu angry over DAA staff survey on pay deal

Officials warn that a move by company to put suggestion boxes in breakrooms is unacceptable

14th May, 2017

Trade union Siptu reacted angrily after the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) said it would run an anonymous staff survey in response to a productivity and pay deal.

Siptu officials warned that a move by the company to put suggestion boxes in breakrooms was unacceptable and could lead to a worsening of an already fraught industrial relations environment at Dublin Airport.

DAA workers represented by Siptu last month rejected a deal that would have given them...

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