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#FEMPI

# fempi - Friday 11 May, 2018

The new head of the GP union is younger than Simon Harris - and has a big battle on his hands

Ireland’s newest doctors are fleeing the country – but the latest head of Ireland’s GP union, the NAGP, Maitiú Ó Tuathail is only 29.

# fempi - Tuesday 3 April, 2018

Richard Bruton heckled at conference as teachers threaten to strike over pay issues New Teachers This post contains videos

Richard Bruton heckled at conference as teachers threaten to strike over pay issues

Unions have voted in favour of industrial action if pay inequality is not addressed.

# fempi - Wednesday 8 November, 2017

Government approves new public servants' pay deal - but unions aren't on board

The Minister for Finance published a bill ratifying a new public workers’ pay deal which was drafted earlier this year.

# fempi - Friday 19 May, 2017

'In a utopian society there would be free GP care. In reality, we can't do that'

Doctors are struggling with a jump in consultations and lack of resources.

# fempi - Thursday 20 April, 2017

Civil servants' union wants a €1.4 billion pay restoration

Geraghty said that he didn’t want the issue to be a public sector versus private sector divide, but said that their demands were “reasonable”.

# fempi - Friday 1 July, 2016

Secondary school teachers protest outside the Dail in dispute over pay

Secondary school teachers protest outside the Dail in dispute over pay

Protest outside Leinster House as teachers are “very unhappy”.

Teachers and gardaí face pay freezes as Lansdowne Road agreement comes into effect

Teachers and gardaí, who are not due to get pay restoration, have slammed the deal.

# fempi - Wednesday 29 October, 2014

The law allowing the government to cut public sector pay is being scrapped

The section that is being deleted allowed public service employers to take steps that would impact on non-core pay and working hours.

# fempi - Saturday 9 August, 2014

Union welcomes Howlin’s plans to slowly reverse public sector pay cuts

Impact said that the move is welcome, and agreed that it should be a gradual process.

# fempi - Friday 1 August, 2014

Up to 3,000 doctors set to leave Ireland

The National Association of General Practitioners is hoping that Leo Varadkar will step in to reverse cuts which affect them.

# fempi - Tuesday 22 April, 2014

TUI chief: Woe betide the Government if it reneges on Haddington promises

John MacGabhainn’s also calling for the TUI and the ASTI to merge, in order to deal in a more unified way with threats and challenges in the sector.

# fempi - Saturday 30 November, 2013

Joan Burton admits Labour's failures on living standards

Meanwhile, Public Expenditure and Reform Minister Brendan Howlin has pledged to repeal the law on emergency public sector pay cuts.

# fempi - Monday 7 October, 2013

Unions to mount "intensive political campaign" against emergency financial law

One union leader says he’ll be seeking a meeting with the Taoiseach to talk about repealing the FEMPI measures, which affect workers who rejected Haddington Road.

# fempi - Friday 12 July, 2013

Another public sector union has voted in favour of Haddington Road

The union represents workers in the Civil Service, An Post, FÁS and other organisations.

# fempi - Wednesday 29 May, 2013

Dáil vote means top earners set to take pay cut from July

Public servants earning over €65,000 a year will have pay cuts from July 1 after this evening’s Dáil vote.

Dáil suspended – twice – as opposition criticises time to debate pay cuts

Opposition TDs also demanded to know why almost three-quarters of their proposed amendments were ruled out of order.

TD slams 'blatant abuses of power' after being suspended from the Dáil

Catherine Murphy got her marching orders this morning and later questioned whether what is happening in the Dáil is constitutional.