Ireland -Mediation fails in Lagan Brick dispute -June 5, 2012

The independent mediation process over the Lagan Brick redundancy payments has ended without resolve. The dispute assessment panel has suggested the case be decided through binding arbitration, a suggestion to which trade union SIPTU has agreed but to which no answer has been received from management. The Lagan Brick dispute originates in a conflict over redundancy payments at the Lagan Brick manufacturing plant in Kingscourt.

English: http://www.siptu.ie/media/pressreleases2012/featurednews ...

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