The end to major public sector strike action could soon be in sight after one of the country’s leading trade unions urged it’s members to accept the latest pay revisions to the current Lansdowne Road Agreement.
According to reports this morning it is believed chiefs at SIPTU have recommended that its members vote in favour to accept the deal.
The recommendation comes after more than 20 organisations which covers all sectors of public service agreed to the deal which is said to provide better pay and conditions.
Speaking about the deal a SITPU spokesperson said the agreement represented an important change and that it had more positive elements than negative ones.
It is understood SIPTU members will ballot on whether or not to accept the deal in August.