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Poll: Should employers provide free car parking for employees?

A union representing Dunnes staff says the company is “inconsiderate”, but should the company be obliged to provide parking in the first place?

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MANDATE TRADE UNION today hit out at plans by retail giants Dunnes Stores to remove free staff car parking at a number of stores.

The union says that the move could cost some staff up to €76 a week and is “inconsiderate”.

But should staff be entitled to free parking, particularly in crowded shopping centres?

We’re asking: Should employers provide free car parking for employees?

Poll Results:

No (3649)
Yes (3145)
I don't know (1056)

Read: Workers slam ‘inconsiderate’ Dunnes over withdrawal of staff parking spaces

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