The remarks come after 60,000 Revenue staff refused to work overtime during the last minute rush before of the self-assessment deadline. There are still over two million self-assessment forms overdue.
A Revenue spokesman told AccountancyAge.com: ‘We regret the overtime ban currently operating and will continue to work with the PCS.
‘The pay offer was an average of 4.3%, which we believe is fair and reasonable
‘People will still be able to submit their self-assessment forms until January 31 ‘
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