Ireland -Union members reject pay cuts -March 27, 2012

Members of the National Union of Journalists have rejected a 5% pay cut proposed by the Irish Examiner, part of Thomas Crosbie Holdings, to keep the company competitive in an internal poll. NUJ’s general secretary states that the staff has already made significant sacrifice and says the new cuts would go too far. The Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU) and Unite are also believed to have organised polls.


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