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# cost cutting

Last month
November 2023
'No one will earn more than the DG': Bakhurst outlines voluntary redundancies and salary caps at RTÉ
Staff were briefed on the plans at a meeting with RTÉ management this afternoon.
This year
Media Minister: 'It will be RTÉ’s call on compulsory redundancies, not the governments'
Media Minister Catherine Martin came before the Media Committee today to answer questions on RTÉ and longer-term funding of public broadcasting.
All time
Arsenal fans outraged after club release beloved mascot Gunnersaurus
The dinosaur was a much-loved figure among the club’s supporters.
Sheffield United furlough staff unable to work but will pay them fully
The club insisted it will not resort to using public money under the British government’s job retention scheme to finance the measures.
RTÉ board chair: 'People are downloading RTÉ content on their screens, they should pay for that'
RTÉ board chairperson Moya Doherty has also defended the station’s output.
Woman, sacked same day she told employer she had to attend pregnancy appointment, awarded €10,000
The woman had been working at the company for a little over a month.
'No decision made' amid reports Israel may close Dublin embassy in cost-cutting move
The Ballsbridge mission is the only embassy in western Europe that is slated for closure.
Schools will have to use iron-on crests and let parents rent books
New plans will ensure that certain school equipment cannot be monopolised by retailers.
Intel to close "unsustainable" pension scheme for longer-term staff
The company said that the cuts are being driven by ‘factors beyond its control’.