Cllr. Donnelly welcomes news that strike at Tesco Douglas is suspended

30th April 2009 – 6:30 am

After one day of their strike action at Tesco Douglas, members of the Mandate trade union have suspended their strike, to allow Mandate and Tesco enter talks at the Labour Relations Commission later today, without preconditions.  Cllr. Dominick Donnelly, the Green Party member of Passage West Town Council and candidate for Cork County Council for the Douglas area, has welcomed this suspension of the strike.


Cllr. Donnelly said:  “It is wonderful news that the strike has been suspended, and that the parties are going to try to resolve the dispute at the Labour Relations Commission later today.  Today is the last day of business for the old Tesco shop in Douglas.  The staff are delighted to be able to go back to work today, and hope that the negotiations at the LRC have a successful outcome.”

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