Planned strikes by rail workers over the coming weeks have been called off awaiting a vote on new pay proposals.
The strikes were planned for 14 & 23 November and 8 December but were today cancelled following a Labour Court recommendation.
They say that the workers should receive a 7.5% pay increase over the next three years; 2.5% per year.
The ballots are to be counted on December 8th.
Threatened industrial action no longer proceeding, full services will operate on 14th & 23rd November, and 8th December
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) 10 November 2017
Breaking news: Irish Rail workers to ballot on Labour Court recommendation #railstrike suspended pending ballot of trade union group members
— SIPTU (@SIPTU) 10 November 2017