SIPTU officials to debate terms of national pay deal

SIPTU officials from around the country are holding a conference in Dublin today to debate the terms of the national pay agreement.

Members from 130 branches will attend the talks, which will influence the recommendation of the union's National Executive Council on whether members should accept or reject the deal's terms.

Members will be balloted on the agreement from this Thursday onwards.

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