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#Public Pay

# public-pay - Thursday 29 December, 2016

The gap between private pensions and public pensions has the government worried

Enda Kenny said Minister Paschal Donohoe will not deal with its strategy for public pay until the Public Pay Commission sends its report.

# public-pay - Wednesday 30 November, 2016

After weeks of negotiation, a 'final' pay deal has been offered to ASTI teachers

There has been some movement on supervision and substitution and Junior Cert cycle reform.

# public-pay - Tuesday 15 November, 2016

'Some navy officers rescuing migrants from the Med are on the minimum wage'

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said he has “no intention” of allowing the Defence Forces access to the Workplace Relations Commission or the Labour Court.

# public-pay - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

'I don't want to see that happen': Risk of row backs on garda resources without Lansdowne, says minister

Minister Paschal Donohoe is holding the line that the Lansdowne Road Agreement is the only show in town.

# public-pay - Wednesday 26 October, 2016

46% of Irish people support teachers as strikes set to go ahead

Teachers have planned to strike on seven days between 27 October and 7 December.

# public-pay - Wednesday 19 October, 2016

Those in exam years will feel the strain of teacher strikes, says student organisation

Some students in exam years have expressed an interest in studying in school during these days but this is not likely to be feasible due to the lack of supervision and insurance requirements.

# public-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.

# public-pay - Sunday 12 July, 2015

The Lansdowne Road deal: Who's getting what and who's not happy about it

It looks likely the agreement will be accepted though some workers are not at all satisfied with it.

# public-pay - Friday 29 May, 2015

Progress reported after a late, late night at the public sector pay talks

The exact details are still being hammered out.

# public-pay - Thursday 22 May, 2014

Alan Shatter will donate severance payments to Jack & Jill Foundation Charity This post contains videos

Alan Shatter will donate severance payments to Jack & Jill Foundation

The former Minister for Justice was entitled to these recently abolished payments.

# public-pay - Monday 14 April, 2014

Over 100 Section 38 charities should have allowances stopped – HSE

The recommendations come after a HSE review of Section 38 pay agreement.

# public-pay - Tuesday 4 March, 2014

‘Steady progress’ has been made in ensuring Section 38 pay compliance

A letter from Minister James Reilly has detailed how ten organisations have confirmed their compliance.

# public-pay - Thursday 9 January, 2014

St Vincent's bosses meet with HSE over pay - but won't say what happened

The hospital group was hauled before the HSE to discuss its compliance with public sector pay rules.

# public-pay - Thursday 19 December, 2013

Result of ASTI Haddington Road vote expected this evening

In a second vote on the Government pay deal, union leaders have urged secondary teachers to reject it.

# public-pay - Friday 20 September, 2013

ASTI reject Haddington Road agreement, vote for industrial action

The union representing 17,000 secondary teachers voted by way of a 63 per cent majority to reject the deal.

# public-pay - Tuesday 16 July, 2013

Nurses and midwives: The HSE is breaking minimum wage law

The INMO said that interns are being asked to increase their hours while only being paid 50 per cent of the staff rate of pay.

# public-pay - 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.

# public-pay - Friday 28 June, 2013

The Evening Fix... now with added surfing and goodbyes

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

Another union votes in favour of Haddington Road deal

The Association of Higher and Civil Public Servants has voted 64 to 36 per cent to back the agreement.

# public-pay - Wednesday 26 June, 2013

# public-pay - Friday 21 June, 2013

Gardaí, nurses and midwives sign up to new Haddington Road pay deal

The deal marks the first time that Gardaí had been given a direct role in negotiating their own pay terms.

# public-pay - Thursday 20 June, 2013

The 5 at 5: Thursday

5 stories, 5 minutes, 5 o’clock.

# public-pay - Wednesday 5 June, 2013

IMO tells members to vote Yes on Haddington Road deal – reluctantly

The doctors’ union says the proposals on the table are “far from perfect” but that on balance, the deal is worth backing.

# public-pay - Friday 31 May, 2013

UNITE tells members they should vote against Haddington Road deal

The union says the new proposals don’t address its concerns about the broader economic effect of public pay cuts.

# public-pay - 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.

The Evening Fix... now with 300 extra Kate Bushes

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

# public-pay - Tuesday 28 May, 2013

Oireachtas agenda: Motor tax, pay cuts and Shatter's future

TDs will today begin discussing legislation that cuts their own pay, as well as others who earn €65,000 in the public purse.

# public-pay - Monday 27 May, 2013

The 9 at 9: Monday

Good morning! Here are the nine things to know before you start your day.

# public-pay - Friday 24 May, 2013

The Evening Fix: Now Getting Lucky in 8-bit

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

Doctors' union delays decision on whether to back new pay deal

The Irish Medical Organisation wants clarification on the nature of proposed talks to encourage junior doctors against emigrating.

Brian Hayes: 'Unions who reject new public pay deal will face harsher cuts'

Negotiations have “concluded” on the Haddington Road deal, said the junior finance minister, adding less favourable conditions will apply to those unions who reject it.

# public-pay - Thursday 23 May, 2013

Secondary teachers' unions reject new 'Haddington Road' pay deal

The ASTI and TUI say the ‘Haddington Road’ proposals aren’t sufficiently different from Croke Park 2 to change their minds.

The Evening Fix: Now with the happiest eater ever

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.

SIPTU says workers should accept revised new public pay deal

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.

NTMA and NAMA staff will lose exemption from new public pay cuts

Some staff at the NTMA refused to take voluntary pay cuts – so now the agency will be liable to mandatory deductions.

Here's what's contained in the new 'Haddington Road' public pay deal

‘Croke Park’ is dead, long live ‘Haddington Road’.

# public-pay - Wednesday 22 May, 2013

INTO says teachers should vote Yes to revised pay deal

The primary teachers’ union says the new proposals are an improvement on the rejected Croke Park 2 deal.

# public-pay - Tuesday 21 May, 2013

Doctors and teachers reveal details of revised Croke Park 2 plans

The IMO and INTO have both published details of the sector-specific deals tabled at the Labour Relations Commission.

Howlin: 'Public servants have given a huge amount but this is the last ask'

The minister said he was glad the structure was there for a new deal but was “not taking anything for granted in relation to the ballot”.

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