Union Announces New Dunnes Stores Strike Action

Around 6,000 Dunnes Stores employees are to strike in early June, in an ongoing dispute over low-hour contracts.

The Mandate union, which represents the workers, said that the strike decision was taken following a meeting of 100 Dunnes Stores shop stewards.

A date for industrial action has not bee set, but the union said that it will a weekend in early June, and will likely involve a march through Dublin city centre.


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