GRA decides to adopt no formal position on Labour Court pay recommendations
The Garda Representative Association (GRA) has decided to adopt no formal position on the Labour Court pay recommendations.
The decision was taken following a lengthy meeting of the GRA’s Central Executive Council (CEC) in Phibsboro today.
But the move is significant as it may reduce the likelihood of rank-and-file officers voting in favour of the €40m pay deal.
In various other industrial relations disputes in recent times, unions have either recommended for or against a particular offer.
From next week, rank-and-file officers will begin to be balloted on the proposals, which are expected to lead to a flurry of other pay demands from unions.
If the deal is rejected, the prospect of industrial action by gardai will be back on the cards.