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# pay talks

Last month
November 2023
Talks on public sector pay deal to begin at Workplace Relations Commission today
Unions last week accepted an invitation to discuss pay within the sector by Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe.
Unions invited to discuss public sector pay by Minister Donohoe
Unions said they want normalised industrial relations processes and appropriate pay measures.
This year
Fórsa warns members may opt for industrial action if pay increases don't match inflation
A survey conducted of the union’s members found that the majority support a ballot for industrial action if inflation-matching pay increased aren’t secured.
Pay talks: Additional money for HSE funded agencies 'must go on worker's pay, not admin costs'
Trade unions are set to push the State to reclassify agency healthcare workers as public servants.
Last year
Middle garda ranks in three counties reject new roster proposal but agree to back pay increase
Gardaí cite cost of living and work life balance for reasons to reject new roster.
Public sector unions to ballot members on proposed 6.5% pay increase
The talks at the Work Place Relations ended late last night.
The pay increases are to be phased in over two years.
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions has said that individual unions will ballot their members on the proposed deal.
ICTU's Kevin Callinan said the negotiations with government were "particularly difficult".
Public sector pay talks resume as 1% improvement in govt offer floated
Previous talks in June ended without an agreement between ICTU and the Government.
Public sector pay talks run to 3am but no deal reached
ICTU President Kevin Callinan said some progress was made and negotiations remained civil, but the gap between sides may not be bridged.
Irish Military officers granted temporary access to ICTU for pay talks
The representative bodies had been campaigning for better pay and conditions for Irish Defence Forces personnel.
Coveney okays associate membership of ICTU for armed forces ahead of pay talks
Defence Minister Simon Coveney said that the government is aware of the ‘longstanding desire’ of the body to associate with the union
All time
Talks on new public service pay agreement to start this week
The Public Service Stability Agreement expires at the end of the year.
School secretaries to hold national one-day strike and escalate their industrial action
The one-day strike in January will be followed by a work-to-rule from the secretaries, trade union Fórsa said.
Members of pilot union Ialpa at Ryanair are voting on industrial action
The union said pilots were frustrated at lack of progress in pay talks.
Head of main ESB union faced no-confidence motion after pay talks - one that was never acted upon
More than 50% of electrical union TEEU’s ESB technician members expressed no confidence in Paddy Kavanagh in March 2017.
Talks to avoid strike action by Aer Arann underway
Aer Arann management and pilot representatives commenced their talks earlier this evening.
'Industrial peace' on the way if unions accept pay proposals
If the union’s proposals are accepted, the ‘essential elements’ of the Croke Park Agreement will remain in place.
Gardaí to keep premium payments after latest public pay talks
The GRA says its talks at the Labour Relations Commission mark the first time it’s ever negotiated directly with employers.
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.
Government, public service unions reach deal on extending Croke Park
ICTU says the deal reached means better protections for public servants than across-the-board pay cuts.
GRA: No option but to register Garda anger through protest
The Garda Representative Association said that it is “disingenuous” of Minister Shatter to mention them re-entering talks when they “have always been excluded” from the main pay talks.
Union chief who branded members 'spoilt' will lead their pay talks
Brendan Ogle will represent the ESB workers who he said enjoyed “gravy” benefits, buying foreign property and cars.