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# pay - Sunday 20 November, 2016

How do wages of gardaí, nurses and teachers measure up to six years ago?

This year has already seen industrial unrest among doctors, nurses, teachers and gardaí.

# pay - Tuesday 15 November, 2016

Now it's the private sector: unions demand 4% increase for all members

Pressure is mounting on government to deal with the public pay row, as private sector unions set to lodge pay claims.

# pay - Tuesday 8 November, 2016

Here's how much cash the average garda stands to gain from the pay deal

Gardaí are mulling over the deal as they wait for their ballot papers to arrive.

As it happened: Enda Kenny grilled over teacher strike action and pay disputes

First the gardaí, now the teachers… is the government looking down the barrel of prolonged winter disruption as other sectors threaten to follow suit.

# pay - Saturday 5 November, 2016

Cleaners to get pay increases and an end to deductions for uniforms

The move will benefit almost 34,000 contract cleaners.

# pay - Thursday 3 November, 2016

"Hero" gardaí rescue child from sixth floor apartment as witness Senator calls for their pay to be hiked

The ladder rescue happened on the Dock Road, Limerick, this morning.

# pay - Friday 28 October, 2016

Getting there? Mid-ranking gardaí to join with GRA and Government in using state negotiators

12,500 gardaí are set to strike next Friday unless a solution can be found to the ongoing dispute.

QUIZ: How Good A Driver Are You, Really?

Strap in. We’re going to tell you.

# pay - Tuesday 18 October, 2016

In the midst of strike action, a public pay commission is finally being set up

The commission will advise the government on pay for hundreds of thousands of public sector workers.

# pay - Friday 30 September, 2016

First the buses, now the gardaí: Government fears 'domino effect' in public sector pay demands

Minister Donohoe reiterated that any public sector pay claims must be settled through the Lansdowne Agreement.

# pay - Tuesday 27 September, 2016

Gardaí vote overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action over pay

The ballot results were announced this morning.

# pay - Friday 16 September, 2016

Newly-qualified teachers will now start on €31,800 a year

That is equal to those who had been doing the job before 2012.

# pay - Wednesday 10 August, 2016

Strike action by Dublin Bus 'inevitable' says union boss

The NBRU general secretary, Dermot O’Leary is looking for parity of pay between Dublin Bus drivers and Luas drivers.

# pay - Tuesday 26 July, 2016

Varadkar: pay deal for local councillors nothing to do with leadership bid

Minister for Social Protection wants to offer either a PRSI cut or a state pension to councillors, as part of a wider reform.

# pay - Saturday 9 July, 2016

HSE says St John of God is breaching pay rules with CEO's €182,000 salary

St John of God considers John Pepper to be paid by private sources, so not subject to pay rules.

# pay - Friday 1 July, 2016

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.

# pay - Sunday 26 June, 2016

Deliveroo's contentious new contracts are already in use abroad

Delivery men and women in Australia and the United Kingdom raised similar concerns earlier this year.

# pay - Tuesday 17 May, 2016

'We're living on borrowed money': Middle-ranking gardaí protest over pay Thin Blue Line This post contains videos

'We're living on borrowed money': Middle-ranking gardaí protest over pay

Gardaí protesting today told us how austerity pay cuts affected them and their families.

'Blue wave' of garda sergeants and inspectors to march on the Dáil today

The new government will be greeted by some very dissatisfied public servants on their first day in the Dáil.

# pay - Wednesday 4 May, 2016

Gardaí don't want any new recruits until their pay cuts are reversed

The Garda Representative Association welcomed the commitment to increasing numbers to 15,000 but said pay needs to be tackled first.

# pay - Friday 22 April, 2016

The Irish pay gap has narrowed - but it still exists

Women are paid 14.4% less across all sectors.

# pay - Monday 11 April, 2016

Body cameras, terrorist threats and wages on the agenda for sergeants and inspectors

The annual conference for the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors opens later today – and they have a lot to get off their chests.

# pay - Saturday 12 March, 2016

Holding Luas strikes on such important days will cost other workers dearly

Unions need to realise it’s not 1913 anymore. There are laws and institutions to protect workers now, writes Aaron McKenna.

# pay - Wednesday 24 February, 2016

Gardaí say it could take 50 years to get back to 2010 policing levels

The Garda Representative Association has called on the new government to restore their pay and commit to a substantial recruitment drive.

# pay - Monday 22 February, 2016

Student nurses and midwives to get more cash from next month

They’ll now be able to earn 9.48 an hour.

# pay - Tuesday 19 January, 2016

Judge warns head lice removal company they must pay employee for jury duty

“I’m happy to serve but I fear I may lose my job,” the woman told Justice McCarthy.

# pay - Tuesday 1 December, 2015

Six family members kicked off bus lose defamation claim

The court heard Jennifer Dardis had previous convictions for theft and having had possession of “some sort of weapon”.

# pay - Thursday 12 November, 2015

Over 1,100 Irish Life workers to picket offices in Dublin and Dundalk

Trade union Unite says the company is trying to break the link between pay and profits and inflation.

# pay - Tuesday 13 October, 2015

From The Daily Edge You need to read J-Law’s very personal essay about earning less than men Pay Gap

You need to read J-Law’s very personal essay about earning less than men

“This might have NOTHING to do with my vagina…”

# pay - Thursday 8 October, 2015

From Business ETC Lidl staff to get a bump in their wages with supermarket to pay €11.50 an hour Living Wage

Lidl staff to get a bump in their wages with supermarket to pay €11.50 an hour

The pay increase will be introduced from 1 November.

# pay - Monday 10 August, 2015

Even more public servants are rejecting a pay deal

Unite have said no to the Lansdowne Road proposals.

From Business ETC Something strange happens to the quality of teachers during recessions Standards

Something strange happens to the quality of teachers during recessions

It also reveals how to attract better teachers into classrooms.

# pay - Sunday 19 July, 2015

‘Government need a 50% compliance rate’ to make Irish Water work

Minister Kathleen Lynch said she believes the majority of people will pay their bill.

Poll: Should the minimum wage be raised? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the minimum wage be raised?

ISME said an increase would have a “substantial knock-on effects for businesses”.

# pay - Saturday 4 July, 2015

Rehab boss won’t ask for a raise, but will she lower her salary?

She currently earns €140,000.

# pay - Saturday 27 June, 2015

People are paying up to €450 for professionals to write their wedding speech

Having a bit of writer’s block, are we?

# pay - Sunday 21 June, 2015

‘If you said no to the children they would just scream and sometimes punch you’

Au pairs are working in up to 20,000 Irish homes – many working around the clock for not much pay.

# pay - Wednesday 29 April, 2015

‘Double bank-holiday’ could leave Irish workers out-of-pocket

Banks have been contacting large employers to warn them, ahead of the holiday weekend payroll deadline.

# pay - Sunday 26 April, 2015

One Pennsylvania shop charges women less than men for goods – here’s why Opinion This post contains images

One Pennsylvania shop charges women less than men for goods – here’s why

Our idea was simple: each item would have two price tags, one for men and one for women.

# pay - Saturday 25 April, 2015

Over 1,000 staff at AIB are on over €100,000 a year

That means they make up 1% of Ireland’s high earners.

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