Union leader to speak on Croke Park Agreement

Union leader to speak on Croke Park Agreement

A union leader is expected to tell a conference today that public servants have suffered a greater financial hit in the downturn than any other sector.

General secretary of Impact Shay Cody is due to give a speech about the Croke Park Agreement on public service reform.

It is expected he will tell the conference that 10,000 jobs have been lost in the sector in recent times.

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