Partnership still in doubt despite gains

August 1998
People Management;08/13/98, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p19
Reports that a row over public-sector pay has led to calls for Ireland's partnership deal to be redrawn. Views on social partnership; Information on the Partnership 2000 agreement; State of relationship between firms and unions.


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