Management in the hostelry sector will open talks with the unions in March over a five-year deal which should mean more money for employees. One of the areas both the management and union want to resolve is that over seasonal workers and their pay conditions. In high season, some 60'000 people are employed by the sector and unions have warned management that when it comes to talking pay rises, the high cost of living and the rate of inflation must be taken in to full account.


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