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# Severance

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# Former minister
Will Alan Shatter accept his €70k severance payment?
The Deputy is entitled to the money as new legislation had not been signed in when he stepped down from his role.
# Resignation
How much are Alan Shatter's pension and severance payments worth?
Previous ministers have declined to accept some of these payments.
# Cost Cutting
Train strike "not inevitable" according to Irish Rail and NBRU
That’s despite comments to the contrary from the Transport Minister. Leo Varadkar said he could “see strikes happening” before March.
# ibrc
IBRC liquidators to meet IBOA union on Monday
The staff want a 2011 redundancy package to be honoured, and have threatened industrial action if they don’t receive “just severance”.
# Severance
Former junior ministers share €64,000 severance payout for 2012
Former Labour minister Willie Penrose, and Fianna Fáil duo Dara Calleary and Billy Kelleher, received severance last year.
# Severance
Shortall gives up €33,100 payoff after quitting ministerial job
The former junior minister says she had instructed officials not to pay her any severance she may be entitled to.
# Severance
14 TDs could face sanction for not declaring council pay-offs
The Dáil’s committee on members interests says TDs failed to honour their obligations by leaving their former council jobs out of their annual Register of Members’ Interests.
# Severance
Shortall won't get ministerial pension - but can receive €33,100 severance
Ministers aren’t allowed to receive both – but Róisín Shortall isn’t entitled to one, so she is entitled to the other.
# Severance
Retiring council bosses given €1.15 million in gratuity payments
Government figures show that of the 28 county council managers who have retired since 2000, 19 were given gratuity payments.
# Pay and Pensions
Top civil servant to retire, aged 55, with €430,000 package
Meanwhile, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has revealed that one civil servant has taken a voluntary pay cut of more than 50 per cent.