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Strike fears at airport as staff reject pay deal

• DAA management had mounted campaign to persuade workers to accept new terms

30th April, 2017
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The Dublin Airport Authority faces a major industrial relations headache after its staff overwhelmingly rejected a new pay and productivity deal.

Senior management figures had launched a video and email campaign to try to persuade staff that acceptance of the new deal was the right choice.

Trade union Siptu had also strongly backed acceptance of the proposals, and the result would be seen as a blow to its standing at the airport, long a major...

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