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# pay rise

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February 2023
# Lidl
Lidl to create over 700 new jobs this year and give pay rise to existing staff
Staff are to receive a pay rise that will result in a 7.5% increase in monthly wages on average.
Last year
# pay rise
RTÉ and union negotiate 6% pay increase phased in over two years
Members of the RTÉ Trade Union Group will vote on whether they accept the measure.
# pay rise
LeBron James' new €95.5 million contract makes him highest-earner in NBA history
The 37-year-old’s management agency, Klutch Sports Group, confirmed the two-year extension with Los Angeles Lakers.
# Sec Gen Job
Did the country's top civil servant accept an €81K pay rise? Varadkar says it's not for him to say
‘Transparency is always useful in these matters,’ a spokesperson for the Taoiseach has said.
# Cost of Living
Tanaiste urges employers to give staff a pay hike to help with rise in the cost of living
‘I honestly don’t think you’re living in the real world,’ Labour leader Alan Kelly told the Taoiseach today.
All time
# 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.
Public sector staff to get 1% pay rise next year - with another to follow in 2022
Each of the public service unions will now consider the proposal before putting the package to their members.
# Money message
Northern Irish parties say 'no thanks' to £1,000 pay rise amid public anger
The leaders of the five main parties said they would seek to have the pay rise deferred.
# Outlook
Central Bank says 35-45 year olds who bought homes in the boom will be most impacted if tracker rates rise
Despite Brexit, the Central Bank believes workers are in line for pay increases of up to 7% over the next two years.
# Strike
Donohoe thanks nurses for 'immense contribution' but says paying them more could lead to others seeking rises
Nurses are set to go on strike this month and next in a dispute over pay and conditions.
# buying advice
Got a pay rise and looking for a new car? Here's what our expert would recommend...
If you’re looking to splash a little cash on an upgrade, we have some thoughts.
# getting a raise
Want to know how to land a pay rise? Our careers expert will answer your questions
We want your questions ahead of a live Q&A on Facebook this Monday.
# what not to do
Mind your language! How to talk to your boss about pay… and 3 things you should never say
Using the right approach can be crucial.
WATCH: A career expert tackles our readers questions about asking for a pay rise
Think your review is the perfect time to ask? Think again.
# 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?
# Money In The Bank
'Not an April Fools' joke': First tranche of TDs' pay boost kicks in today
The basic salary of a TD had been cut from 92,672 to €87,358 under the terms of the Haddington Road Agreement.
# 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.
Popping the question: The right time to ask for a pay rise
How to talk money with the boss and get what you deserve.
# pay rise
Cleaners to get pay increases and an end to deductions for uniforms
The move will benefit almost 34,000 contract cleaners.
# Work
Good news for Irish workers as most companies plan pay hikes in 2017
Just under three quarters of businesses expect to pay their staff more next year.
# Dunnes and dusted
Dunnes Stores workers secure a 3% pay rise
Trade union Mandate said almost 10,000 workers would have their pay back-dated to the beginning of the month.
# Nurses
Thousands of nurses to see pay rise of at least €1,000 next year
The Minister for Health has announced the restoration of their increments.
# Trouble Brewing
ESB pay rise likely to stir unrest among public sector workers
ESB workers have been offered a 5.5% pay rise over the next two and a half years.
# Mo Money Mo Problems
Local councillors are seeking a 40% pay rise
Local representatives feel they are being shortchanged by an increased workload after the implementation of local government reform.
Here's how to negotiate a pay rise
Try keep the interaction fact-based. Your feelings and personal opinions are irrelevant, writes Eoghan McDermott.
# bills
'Government need a 50% compliance rate' to make Irish Water work
Minister Kathleen Lynch said she believes the majority of people will pay their bill.
# Poll
Poll: Should the minimum wage be raised?
ISME said an increase would have a “substantial knock-on effects for businesses”.
# Nice Try
Dunnes Stores agrees to pay rise but workers say that's not good enough
The big sticking point is the fact that three quarters of staff are on part-time flexible contracts.
# pay rise
Fifty Shades of Grey producer doesn't think Jamie Dornan deserves a pay rise for the sequel
Soz, Jamie.
# pay rise
Siptu wants the minimum wage to be €11.45 an hour
And pay rises for all.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you think you are going to get a pay rise this year?
Fingers crossed.
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.
# Health system
Problems recruiting consultants? 'Let's deal with it'
The IMO said this evening that there has been nothing but “disincentives and obstacles” put in the way of highly skilled doctors.
# Awkward
Embarrassed UK politicians condemn their 11 per cent pay rise
One government minister denounced the proposed increase as “wholly inappropriate” – but there’s not a lot MPs can do about it.
# Employment
Richard Bruton: I'm not going to raise the minimum wage
Richard Bruton rules out any immediate adjustments to the minimum wage rate despite recent comments from Cabinet colleague Joan Burton.
# 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.