SIPTU members formally employed at the Rehab Enterprises logistics centre in Raheen, county Limerick, have voted to accept a redundancy package from the company following a successful protest campaign to highlight its breach of a collective agreement. SIPTU Organiser, Robbie Purfield, said: “A settlement to this long running dispute was accepted in a vote by our members this week. They welcome the additional payments which they have secured and it’s a testament to what can be achieved by workers sticking together and fighting for their rights.”    He added: “Our members showed resolve in this campaign. They would like to thank all those who supported them which included elected representatives, disability rights campaigners and their local community.”     SIPTU Manufacturing Division Organiser, Greg Ennis, said: “This is a welcome resolution of this long running dispute which has delivered enhanced redundancy payments to our Rehab Enterprise members formerly employed at the Raheen facility. The dignified and unflinching courage of our members throughout a long and public campaign for justice in relation to their redundancy pay was remarkable. The support received by these workers from their families and the wider Limerick community was key to this successful outcome.”    The settlement involves 38 SIPTU members who were made redundant by Rehab Enterprises in early 2021 when it closed its logistics centre in Raheen, county Limerick. The company contended that it could not afford to pay the agreed redundancy terms. Instead of honouring them, it paid the workers only their statutory redundancy entitlements and let them go.