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In full: The proposed public sector pay deal

The Labour Relations Commission has published the full document that proposes changes to public sector pay and conditions or Croke Park II as it is more commonly known.

THE LABOUR RELATIONS Commission has published the full document containing the changes being proposed to public sector pay and conditions.

The 28-page document was published yesterday evening and contains a number of proposals to reduce overtime rates, to freeze increments and to implement pay cuts for those earning over €65,000 per year.

The document is now the subject of discussions among trade unions as they put the proposed reforms to their members for a vote. It will be some weeks before we know whether the unions are agreeable to the proposals.

A number of unions representing gardaí and nurses have already said they will not agree to changes while the Association of Higher Civil and Public Servants has said it will tell its members to vote against the proposals.

Here they are in full:

At a glance: What’s in the proposed public pay deal

Read: President won’t say if he would take further pay cut under Croke Park II

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Hugh O'Connell

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