Staff at Central Bank Mint threaten all-out strike over pay

Staff at Central Bank Mint threaten all-out strike over pay

Staff at the Central Bank Mint will start a work-to-rule on Monday.

The technicians, represented by Unite and the TEEU, are accusing the Central Bank of refusing to engage with them on a pay claim.

As well as the work-to-rule, the staff at the Mint in Sandyford, Dublin, have voted to hold one day strikes on July 11 and 12.

They will then hold all-out industrial action from July 18 if there is no resolution.

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