Two Mandate vs Tesco cases at Labour Court rearranged for January 29th
Two pending Labour Court cases by Mandate Trade Union vs Tesco Ireland have been rearranged and will now take place on Monday, 29th January 2018.
The two cases include:
- A claim by Mandate on Tesco Ireland to create more full-time permanent jobs following Tesco’s removal of more than 1,500 full-time position in recent years. Highly profitable retailers like Tesco have no excuse for not creating more decent full-time positions, with good rates of pay and good rosters. Another element of this claim is for a review of the current Banded Hours Agreement.
- A claim for a six percent pay increase for pre-1996 staff that all other staff have received.
The two cases will be heard separately and Mandate Trade Union will inform all Tesco members of the outcome as soon as possible.