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# payroll

This year
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.
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Businesses warned of new payroll scam targeting employee salaries during busy Christmas season
The Banking and Payment Federation Ireland also warned of scam invoices being sent to businesses.
Karen Millen 'to rectify' problems that led to some Irish staff receiving incorrect pay
“We are extremely concerned this has happened and are in the process of rectifying these errors,” a spokesperson said.
Teachers unhappy some increment payments not in Christmas salaries
The delay is being blamed on a glitch in the department’s payroll system.
Strikes begin at Roadstone quarries over "major" pay cuts
Siptu members at 20 quarries began strike action earlier today.
Nama pays developers €11 million every year in wages
The state’s bad bank has revealed a list of its wage categories for 134 developers.
Chelsea accused of fixing Dutch league
This season Vitesse have four players — Lucas Piazon, Bertrand Traore, Patrick van Aanholt and Christian Atsu — on loan from the London club.
Column: As a society, we can't afford to pay Irish workers so little
The term ‘working poor’ should be an oxymoron but it’s a reality in Ireland – a wage increase is desperately needed, writes Jimmy Kelly.
All Government departments expected to respond on top-up payments by start of December
The Dáil Public Accounts Committee has sent out letters asking whether official pay caps were breached elsewhere, following this week’s controversy at the HSE.
Column: Young families have been hit with a double tax whammy
For many young families struggling to cope financially, two new extra charges coming at the same time could hit them hard, so it’s imperative that they plan for the reduced income going forward, writes tax expert Christine Keily.
Review of fixed penalty notice system recommended
The Comptroller General said that the system has not resulted in changed behaviour in motor tax compliance.
Bus Éireann warns: bring in pay cuts or we could end up breaking the law
A spokesperson for Bus Éireann said the company’s future is at risk if it can’t bring in major changes to pay and conditions for employees.
Gilmore won't say whether Government will legislate for public pay cuts
The Tánaiste calls for ‘calm, reasoned reflection’ after the Croke Park 2 pay proposals were struck down by public workers.
€35m Garda payroll cut to significantly impact force numbers
As many as 1,400 serving Gardaí may have to be be cut in response to budget cuts.
Bus Eireann seeking savings of €20m, but no redundancies... yet
Reduction in overtime, changes to sick leave and annual leave, and an increase in working hours are all on the table for Bus Éireann workers.
ESB staff vote in favour of cost-cutting plan with 1,000 job losses
The State-owned energy provider has asked for around 700 voluntary redundancies with the remaining 300 jobs cut over the next three years.