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#Croke Park II

# croke-park-ii - Wednesday 27 February, 2013

Civil servant union to recommend No vote on Croke Park II

The AHCPS which represents more than 2,700 public sector workers says its members have already taken pay reductions of at least 15 per cent.

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.

# croke-park-ii - Tuesday 26 February, 2013

President won't say if he would take further pay cut under Croke Park II

Michael D Higgins already voluntarily cut his pay by 23.5 per cent to just under €250,000 in 2011 but Áras an Uachtaráin will not say whether he would take a further pay cut.

Poll: Do you think the proposed Croke Park agreement is a good deal? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the proposed Croke Park agreement is a good deal?

With unions set to ballot on the proposed agreement, what do you think of the proposal?

# croke-park-ii - Monday 25 February, 2013

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

The Labour Relations Commission has released details of its proposals that unions will now be asked to vote on.

# croke-park-ii - Monday 18 February, 2013

Explainer: What’s on the table in the Croke Park talks?

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…

# croke-park-ii - Saturday 16 February, 2013

Column: Industrial action by gardaí is unacceptable - and here's why

Cuts to garda pay and conditions are shameful and short-sighted – but officers have a civic duty that overrides any option of industrial action, writes Aaron McKenna.