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# brendan-mcginty - Thursday 16 May, 2013

IBEC wants the law changed so strikes won't disrupt key services

IBEC wants the government to increase the notice period that needs to be served on companies.

# brendan-mcginty - Wednesday 17 April, 2013

Labour ponders 'tweaked' pay deal as ICTU prepares to kill off Croke Park 2

ICTU will meet today to formally reject the proposals, as a Labour backbencher says a ‘tweaked’ deal could be the way forward.

# brendan-mcginty - Tuesday 16 April, 2013

Howlin responds to Croke Park II rejection, says 'the arithmetic hasn't changed'

The Minister for Public Expenditure insisted that Croke Park II had been a “fair deal” and that the Troika would now be asking him “if Ireland is still on track”.

# brendan-mcginty - Saturday 1 December, 2012

What should the government do about sick pay? Here's three suggestions

The government has made it clear that it isn’t happy to keep footing the bill for employee sick pay – so we’ve asked Sinn Féin, TASC and IBEC what they think should be done about it.

# brendan-mcginty - Thursday 11 October, 2012

IBEC's wish list: Stop public sector pay increments, increase working hours

The calls for change come ahead of a Public Accounts Committee hearing on the Public Service Reform

# brendan-mcginty - Monday 20 February, 2012

Employers warn that Burton's sick pay proposals will result in job losses

The Small Firms Association and the Irish Business and Employers Confederation have condemned the government’s plans to shift the burden of sick pay on to employers.

# brendan-mcginty - Monday 9 January, 2012

IBEC: Pay rise expectations for 2012 are unrealistic

Pay expectations need to reflect current economic realities, says the group which represents Irish business.

# brendan-mcginty - Wednesday 16 November, 2011

Employers slam Burton plans to make them cover sick pay

Associations attack reported plans that Joan Burton may introduce legislation making them cover four weeks of sick pay.

# brendan-mcginty - Monday 17 October, 2011

IBEC expects pay freezes to continue next year

The business group said pay expectations needed to reflect current economic realities.