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    Default All Luas staff placed on protective notice

    At least they finally doing something.


    http://m.rte.ie/news/2016/0412/78116...ublin-dispute/

    Luas operator Transdev has placed all staff on protective notice with immediate effect and has warned of pay deductions to offset the cost of their industrial action.

    In a letter to staff the company said future employment will be on a day-to-day basis.

    It added they will impose an "appropriate financial deduction" for unacceptable part-performance of duties.

    Staff refusing to perform full duties will be deemed to have removed themselves from the payroll.
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    Will they accept the deal or should the staff just walk out on it & find new jobs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shyguyshyguy12 View Post
    At least they finally doing something.


    http://m.rte.ie/news/2016/0412/78116...ublin-dispute/

    Luas operator Transdev has placed all staff on protective notice with immediate effect and has warned of pay deductions to offset the cost of their industrial action.

    In a letter to staff the company said future employment will be on a day-to-day basis.

    It added they will impose an "appropriate financial deduction" for unacceptable part-performance of duties.

    Staff refusing to perform full duties will be deemed to have removed themselves from the payroll.
    ha! that backfired! pricks and their money grabbing greedy mittens. they need to get real, where do they think they are....france!


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    The drivers demands are too big. Its company who run the Luas are a private company and the drivers want the same as the train drivers who are a part of a semi state company.

    The drivers are greedy, I dont know anyone who is on there side with them looking for such a huge increase. Everyone wants more money, and the public may have been onside if the drivers were living in the real world with there demands.

    Sack the lot and higher new drivers. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Its only me View Post
    The drivers demands are too big. Its company who run the Luas are a private company and the drivers want the same as the train drivers who are a part of a semi state company.

    The drivers are greedy, I dont know anyone who is on there side with them looking for such a huge increase. Everyone wants more money, and the public may have been onside if the drivers were living in the real world with there demands.

    Sack the lot and higher new drivers. :P
    Yup, sack the lot of them, lol it's only a seven week training course, people lining up for those salaries and conditions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzo76 View Post
    Yup, sack the lot of them, lol it's only a seven week training course, people lining up for those salaries and conditions.
    Even at their current salaries, it's higher than other qualified jobs. Dome drivers coming out with stupid comments that they people's lives will be at risk if they don't get the rise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shyguyshyguy12 View Post
    Even at their current salaries, it's higher than other qualified jobs. Dome drivers coming out with stupid comments that they people's lives will be at risk if they don't get the rise.
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    While I don't agree with their demands, I still think that kicking them out it's the other side of the (bad) coin.
    I wonder if maybe a more amiable solution can be found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Alison View Post
    While I don't agree with their demands, I still think that kicking them out it's the other side of the (bad) coin.
    I wonder if maybe a more amiable solution can be found.
    In general I would agree. They have a right to dispute and seek better conditions, but at this stage they're taking the piss. For what they do they are well compensated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbie9 View Post
    Will they accept the deal or should the staff just walk out on it & find new jobs.
    That would be the ideal solution for the employer.
    However I doubt a single one of them could match their current conditions and pay in another job
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