# public-service - Yesterday’s News
# public-service - Monday 6 July, 2015
The government are saying changes to the way sick leave is administered has saved the taxpayer €51.5 million.
# public-service - Monday 27 April, 2015
New figures shine a light on the pay gap after the swingeing cuts of 2010.
# public-service - Saturday 18 April, 2015
The Department of Social Protection say this is down to the public sector recruitment embargo.
# public-service - Thursday 5 March, 2015
The sector’s head said there were an ‘unacceptable’ number of sick days being taken in the public service.
# public-service - Wednesday 4 March, 2015
The RTÉ fans wanted to know why they couldn’t watch their favourite shows on the existing player.
# public-service - Monday 20 October, 2014
The job will be filled over the next two years.
# public-service - Tuesday 14 October, 2014
A moratorium on hiring will be lifted.
# public-service - Thursday 31 July, 2014
Some public (and private) workers woke up today to find no salary in their bank account.
# public-service - Thursday 10 July, 2014
There was also a similar shortfall last year, with just €9 million of the projected €15 million in savings achieved.
# public-service - Thursday 29 May, 2014
Their union say that their pay has been cut unilaterally.
# public-service - Friday 16 May, 2014
The public service union will only seek increased pay if the government reaches deficit targets.
# public-service - Monday 7 April, 2014
Minister Brendan Howlin has revealed that 35 receive pensions worth €100,000, with five of those being €118,000.
# public-service - Tuesday 11 February, 2014
The IMO said this evening that there has been nothing but “disincentives and obstacles” put in the way of highly skilled doctors.
# public-service - Tuesday 14 January, 2014
Launching new public service reform plans today, the Minister of State Brian Hayes said there has been “a lot done, more to do, to borrow a phrase from the past”.
# public-service - Saturday 16 November, 2013
To hide public service deficiency and ensure that ‘accountability’ remains a word in the dictionary, senior public servants have been waging a long war on Freedom of Information, writes Aaron McKenna.
# public-service - Tuesday 8 October, 2013
He’s set to take up the position after serving in the same role in Wales. There were 35 expressions of interest in the job from journalists, PR professionals, politicians and others.
# public-service - Saturday 31 August, 2013
The Public Appointments Service says it’s a standard procedure, and helps them monitor equality across the public service.
# public-service - Wednesday 28 August, 2013
The largest decrease, of around seven euro a week, was recorded in the hospitality sector. The largest increase was in construction.
# public-service - Friday 12 July, 2013
The union represents workers in the Civil Service, An Post, FÁS and other organisations.
# public-service - Wednesday 3 July, 2013
The final report of the public sector pay deal’s implementation body has outlined the savings it achieved.
# public-service - Tuesday 11 June, 2013
ERT will cease operations for three months, and is likely to reopen with only a fraction of its current workforce of 2,800.
# public-service - Friday 31 May, 2013
Pat Rabbitte says the replacement for the TV licence needs to ensure minimal standards for RTÉ, and can’t save other media.
# public-service - Tuesday 21 May, 2013
If the union’s proposals are accepted, the ‘essential elements’ of the Croke Park Agreement will remain in place.
# public-service - Monday 13 May, 2013
As he prepares for Kieran Mulvey to sound the death knell on pay talks, Brendan Howlin says national solvency is good for everyone.
# public-service - Friday 10 May, 2013
The public expenditure minister tells TheJournal.ie that some unions would need a dramatic U-turn – and that the next option is negotiating with unions on an individual basis.
# public-service - Wednesday 8 May, 2013
The government is seeking to cut public sector pay by €300 million this year and hopes for a negotiated settlement with trade unions by next week.
# public-service - Monday 18 March, 2013
Regional Secratary of UNITE hit out at the government, accusing it of “subverting the democratic process”.
# public-service - Thursday 14 March, 2013
The union said that the proposals on the table were “the best that could be obtained through negotiation”.
# public-service - Tuesday 19 February, 2013
The INMO said it will not be moving the proposals as it returns to talks on the Croke Park Agreement today.
# public-service - Monday 18 February, 2013
The government is seeking additional savings from the public sector, setting it on a collision course with unions. Here’s what it’s all about…
Meanwhile, an alliance of gardaí, nurses, paramedics, firefighters and prison officers will hold a rally in Dublin this evening.
# public-service - Saturday 16 February, 2013
Most unions are returning to talks today but will the government be able to reach a deal to save €170 million through pay cuts?
# public-service - Wednesday 30 January, 2013
Politicians are just the same as other public servants – and their expenses should be reduced in line with the sacrifices being made across the country, writes Sarah O’Neill.
# public-service - Saturday 26 January, 2013
Also, how many of Kerry’s councillors actually favour relaxed drink-driving rules? And just how rich is Apple?
# public-service - Tuesday 22 January, 2013
Brendan Howlin today confirmed he was continuing with plans to cut public staff numbers by 9,500 in two years.
# public-service - Sunday 20 January, 2013
In a wide-ranging interview with RTÉ, the Taoiseach also said that he was “not in the business of providing abortion on demand” and said the Anglo promissory note would be restructured.
# public-service - Saturday 12 January, 2013
A leaked European Commission report raises questions over Brendan Howlin’s plans to further downsize the public sector.
# public-service - Friday 11 January, 2013
A draft Troika report, obtained by TheJournal.ie, reveals suggestions that the Croke Park Agreement may not go far enough.
# public-service - Thursday 3 January, 2013
Any new entrant to the public sector will have their final pension calculated based on their average wage, not their final salary.
# public-service - Saturday 15 December, 2012
We’re breaking the hiring freeze to staff our health service – and the new entrants will be taking the pay cuts nobody else wants.