Waste workers agree return to work

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After a strike and 14-week lock-out, workers at the Greyhound waste company have agreed to return to work. The company provides waste collection for Dublin City Council and the dispute began when it attempted to implement a 35% cut in pay. The agreement to return to work includes a redundancy package for some, protected pay and conditions for others and a combination of pay cuts and a compensatory lump sum for others.
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