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# pay issues

Last month
October 2023
Staff in St Vincent's Hospital left short 'hundreds' of euros in wages amid payroll issues
At a meeting with hospital executives last night, a disgruntled union pointed out the frequency of payroll issues.
This year
'MV Matthew op highlights how our personnel need to be properly paid', ex-Naval commander says
Eugene Ryan spoke to The Journal following the major drug seizure on a cargo ship earlier this week.
Inside RTÉ: Pay, roster and contract issues constant for lower paid staff
A report by
Jane Moore
Earlier this year, a group of production assistants were erroneously paid below the hourly minimum wage.
An 'us and them' situation has developed at the national broadcaster as staff suspect special treatment is given to high earners.
Production assistants were paid less than the hourly minimum wage for a number of months before the problem was rectified.
In this special report, Jane Moore talks to union reps, current employees and former staff members.
'I should have asked questions': Ryan Tubridy apologises and confirms he's been taken off air next week
RTÉ staff want probe into 'pensions and perks' for highest paid staff after Tubridy revelations
All time
'Deeply shocking': Substitute teachers wrongly overtaxed after new system kicks in
The issue has affected a number of substitute teachers who were paid in the first and second pay runs of 2019.