Irish producers and unions failing to reach accord
A report on labour relations in the Irish film industry prepared for the Irish Film Board by Frank McGettigan and released Sept 19 concludes "there is little likelihood, in the short term at least, of the negotiation of agreements which satisfy both parties." For more than a year producers' organisation Film Makers Ireland (FMI) and the technical and craft unions have been unable to reach an agreement on pay and working conditions.
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