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NSW commuters appear to have escaped a strike by rail workers this week after the industrial court ordered unions and RailCorp back to the negotiating table in a last ditch effort to resolve the rail crisis.
The parties attended conciliation in the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) today to break an eight-month impasse over pay and conditions.
RailCorp has offered workers a 12 per cent pay increase over three years and an additional seven per cent for workers to make the system more efficient.
Workers want a 25 per cent pay rise, although Unions NSW secretary John Robertson today signalled there was room for negotiation on that figure with work conditions the main sticking point in negotiations.
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