Bus Éireann workers expected to ask for pay rise one year on from Labour Court deal

Unions and management at Bus Éireann are meeting today exactly a year after they signed a deal at the Labour Court to end strike action by drivers.

The agreement included a review after 12 months.

Workers are expected to ask for a pay rise at today's talks.

But bosses will not sanction increases while the firm is still on what they are calling a 'fragile financial footing'.

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- Digital Desk

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