Commenting today (19 July 2016) following the publication of the Low Pay Commission Report, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland said, “The recommendation to increase the National Minimum Wage by 10c to €9.25, particularly following a 6% increase already this year, does not reflect the realities of the trading conditions facing Irish businesses post-Brexit. Locking in another increase to the National Minimum Wage at a time of such uncertainty around the future performance of our economy will put more pressure on our business community and further erode our competitiveness. At this point in our recovery, any increase in the National Minimum Wage is unwarranted.
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Dundalk has an extremely active Chamber of Commerce. Dundalk’s business network and business voice consist of 200 members representing all business sectors in the town. Chamber members meet monthly with a view to promoting economic development throughout Dundalk.
Dundalk Chamber of Commerce
Co. Louth A91 N8FY
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