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# Pay increase
Dunnes Stores have handed a wage increase to its workforce following a union campaign
A temporary Covid-19 10% wage increase had been issued by the company.
# Pay increase
Harris says it's 'important' Oireachtas gets opportunity to scrutinise salary hike for new Dept of Health Sec Gen
Questions have been raised about the government’s decision to sanction a pay rise of €81,000 for the post.
# Pay increase
Explainer: Why are politicians getting a 2% pay rise?
Many are angry that TDs and senators will see a pay rise next week.
# Department of Education
School secretaries unhappy with 'an absolute joke' 1.5% pay increase offer
Talks broke down between the Department of Education and Fórsa at the Workplace Relations Commission this week.
# Pay increase
Labour Court recommends pay increase of 2.25% for 5,000 workers at Penneys
However, 2.25% falls short of the 3.4% increase that the Mandate union was seeking on behalf of its members.
# Bills Bills Bills
'It goes beyond money': How to ask for a pay rise AND get your boss to agree
It’s the universal question. So what’s the best way to tackle it?
# pay packet boost
TDs are definitely getting that pay hike next year
TDs are to get a €5,000 increase over the next two years.
# Poll
Almost 90% of people think politicians should forgo their pay increase
TDs are set to see their wages restored by €2,700 in April and another €2,700 in January.
# Pay increase
Luas drivers say they're definitely going on strike next month
“The company failed to show any initiative in the effort to find an agreed resolution to the dispute,” the union said.
# Living wage
Aldi staff in line for pay hike as supermarket commits to raising hourly rate to €11.50
The German supermarket chain also plans to recruit over 400 new staff next year.
# News Fix
Here's What Happened Today: Sunday
Sinn Féin the most popular party, Irish Water benchmarking, and murder in Hong Kong.
# pay progression
Benchmarked pay increases open to Irish Water staff
Ervia has said that the pay model does not allow for increases simply because the market has increased.
Private and public service workers must not be 'pitted against each other' - Jack O'Connor
The SIPTU president said that consumer confidence had to be increased to aid economic recovery.
# Show Me The Money
The good news: employees set for pay bump this year
The bad news: you may not end up feeling it in your pocket.
# pay rise
Four in ten employers to increase pay in 2013
Three quarters of companies with occupational sick pay schemes said the potential impact of a statutory scheme would result in a revision of existing sick pay and benefit entitlements.
# Bord na Móna
Bord na Móna workers to vote on industrial action in pay row
Unions say staff at the semi-State body are due a 3.5 per cent pay increase, but the company has said this would cost jobs.