Translink Workers Reject Pay Offer

Translink NI workers have rejected a pay offer from the public transport company.

Unite, GMB and SIPTU confirmed that their members has "decisively voted to reject as inadequate" a pay offer made by Translink management. Workers were offered a 5% pay increase and a non-consolidated one-off payment of £1,500 for the 2023-2024 financial year.
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Bus and rail workers voted with majorities of approximately 70% to reject the pay offer. Following the ballot result, the unions will be holding fresh talks with Translink management to seek a resolution to the dispute.

The unions will also be engaging with their own memberships to agree the next steps in their efforts to improve pay and address the mounting recruitment and retention difficulties in the public transport services.

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