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# Public Sector

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Ex-firefighter running in locals wants whistleblower legislation for all public sector workers
Shutting down social media and 11 other motions at the Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis
'A lot done, more to do': Reform plans promise more public services cards and better procurement
Damien Kiberd: 'Top-up' payments part of a game whose rules need to change
Damien Kiberd
ASTI boss: Teachers' action is "not about pay"
'It's not changeable': Tánaiste and Howlin say no renegotiation of Haddington Road
ASTI to discuss industrial action by teachers
Minister encourages retired public servants ‘twiddling their thumbs’ to volunteer abroad
Column:“I'm sorry, there are no doctors” - what it's like to work in an understaffed Emergency Department
Dr Brid McGrath
Greece readies itself for another general strike
The Taoiseach, Ministers and every TD are having their pay cut today
The Croke Park Agreement saved the taxpayer €1.8 billion
Aaron McKenna: Public service obligation routes should be put out to competitive tender
Aaron McKenna
TUI, ASTI recommend ballot of members on Haddington Road pay deal
IMO tells members to vote Yes on Haddington Road deal - reluctantly
Column: The Haddington Road deal is just the same as the last, with a few tweaks
Kieran Allen
UNITE tells members they should vote against Haddington Road deal
"This was a very difficult decision": INMO accepts Haddington Road deal
Haddington Road deal may not be constitutional, says union
Doctors' union delays decision on whether to back new pay deal
Brian Hayes: 'Unions who reject new public pay deal will face harsher cuts'
University lecturers agree to enter new Croke Park talks
Pay talks continue as coalition concedes €300m target might be missed
Howlin: Contingency plans in place for pay cuts ‘one way or another’
Health unions in new public pay talks as Croke Park cuts are tweaked
Croke Park deal should INCREASE spending, not cut it, says union
Howlin: It's in personal interests of public workers to accept pay cuts
SIPTU boss says temporary tax hikes to high earners could avoid public cuts
Joan Burton: In everybody's interest that we get a public sector pay deal
Sector-specific talks on table as Howlin prepares for defeat on pay deal
Five days to go: New deadline to reach deal on public sector pay cuts
Greece forced to sack 15,500 public workers to keep EU funds
Fewer than one third of people support public sector pay cuts
Lower-paid civil servants to discuss Croke Park fallout
No deal on public pay means no protection against job cuts - Kenny
Government to seek negotiations with unions over cutting €300m from pay
SIPTU president wants promissory note savings used to avoid public pay cuts
Aaron McKenna: We must sacrifice industrial peace to save the nation
Aaron McKenna
Three teachers unions to ballot for industrial action including possible strikes