# haddington-road-agreement - Yesterday’s News
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 7 September, 2016
Gardaí are currently subject to a freeze in pay increments as a result of having rejected the Lansdowne Road Agreement.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 29 October, 2014
The section that is being deleted allowed public service employers to take steps that would impact on non-core pay and working hours.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 19 June, 2014
SIPTU members will be balloted on action over the HSE’s failure to implement Labour Court recommendations on staff redeployment.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 29 May, 2014
Their union say that their pay has been cut unilaterally.
# haddington-road-agreement - Monday 19 May, 2014
The health minister also cast doubts on the savings targets.
# haddington-road-agreement - Sunday 18 May, 2014
The INMO says the savings are being sought – the HSE says this is incorrect.
# haddington-road-agreement - Friday 9 May, 2014
As part of the three-year Haddington Road Agreement, salaries above €65,000 that were cut were due to be restored when it expired.
# haddington-road-agreement - Sunday 13 April, 2014
The Public Expenditure Minister also said that there could be room in Budget 2015 for tax cuts.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 19 December, 2013
Everybody’s talking about goings-on at St Vincent’s Hospital, Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan, and the IMF on the bondholders…
ASTI General Secretary Pat King said failure by the Government to meet its commitments under the deal would be unacceptable.
In a second vote on the Government pay deal, union leaders have urged secondary teachers to reject it.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 18 December, 2013
The long-awaited plan for the HSE’s spending next year has been published this morning.
# haddington-road-agreement - Monday 2 December, 2013
Nearly 50 posts have been identified as being over the official quota and could be targeted for redundancy, but the ASTI says it will take action if members are hit.
# haddington-road-agreement - Sunday 17 November, 2013
The General Secretary Pat King said if teachers vote no to the Haddington deal then industrial action will continue.
# haddington-road-agreement - Monday 11 November, 2013
The discussions have come about as a result of informal talks that took place between the parties last week.
# haddington-road-agreement - Saturday 12 October, 2013
Mick O’Reilly of the DCTU said that politics of austerity amounted to a “war on working people’ with the best defence in that war “unflinching solidarity”.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 2 October, 2013
The IMO has refused an invitation to the Labour Relations Commission.
# haddington-road-agreement - Tuesday 1 October, 2013
The disability charity states that €55,000 in funding cuts was imposed on them in error and were only reversed once questioned.
# haddington-road-agreement - Monday 30 September, 2013
“Dear Minister: I’m busy and I’m tired. I love my job but your policies are making it very, very difficult for me to be good at it,” writes Evelyn O’Connor.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 25 September, 2013
Enda Kenny asked secondary teachers to consider the implications of industrial action which is due to start next week.
# haddington-road-agreement - Tuesday 24 September, 2013
The TUI has also said that no element of the Haddington Road Agreement is to be implemented in schools yet.
# haddington-road-agreement - Monday 23 September, 2013
The union says that it will withdraw from school meetings, in-service training and parent-teacher meetings.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 19 September, 2013
The binding recommendation means worker will have now contracts of a minimum of seven hours.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 14 August, 2013
The HSE’s latest performance review says that the executive may not achieve the €150 million in savings promised in the Haddington Road Agreement.
# haddington-road-agreement - Saturday 27 July, 2013
The group will march to the headquarters of the ICTU in Parnell Square from the Garden of Remembrance today at 2pm.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 4 July, 2013
As are the country’s 292,000 civil servants who are experiencing the first effects of the Haddington Road Agreement in their pay cheques today.
# haddington-road-agreement - Friday 21 June, 2013
The deal marks the first time that Gardaí had been given a direct role in negotiating their own pay terms.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 20 June, 2013
Backing from the country’s largest union should secure ratification of the new public sector reform deal.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 5 June, 2013
The doctors’ union says the proposals on the table are “far from perfect” but that on balance, the deal is worth backing.
# haddington-road-agreement - Wednesday 29 May, 2013
Public servants earning over €65,000 a year will have pay cuts from July 1 after this evening’s Dáil vote.
Opposition TDs also demanded to know why almost three-quarters of their proposed amendments were ruled out of order.
Catherine Murphy got her marching orders this morning and later questioned whether what is happening in the Dáil is constitutional.
# haddington-road-agreement - Friday 24 May, 2013
The Irish Medical Organisation wants clarification on the nature of proposed talks to encourage junior doctors against emigrating.
# haddington-road-agreement - Thursday 23 May, 2013
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
The country’s biggest trade union says the Haddington Road deal maintains protection against redundancy or a major redeployment.
BRENDAN HOWLIN has said the legislation cutting the pay of public workers on over €65,000 a year will be discussed by TDs next week. In the Dáil this evening, Howlin said the legislation – the ‘Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Bill 2013’ – will begin its passage through the Dáil on Tuesday.
Similar bills in the past have been rushed through the Dáil within a week, so TDs are likely to have finished dealing with the legislation by this time next week.
‘Croke Park’ is dead, long live ‘Haddington Road’.