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Tuesday 31 January 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# work-to-rule

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# Pay and Conditions
School secretaries to strike outside Department of Public Expenditure over lack of better pay offers
Fórsa has said that civil servants have claimed the Tánaiste’s commitment to standard pay does not change WRC talks.
# Secretaries
School secretaries to suspend work-to-rule industrial action to allow for WRC talks
Fórsa head of education Andy Pike said the talks needed to yield real and significant progress.
# equal pay for equal work
'I won't sign on, it's demeaning': School secretaries will strike tomorrow over pay
A school secretary could be paid as little as €12,500 a year, with no holiday pay, sick leave or pension entitlements.
# Secretaries
School secretaries prepare for industrial action this Friday after talks break down
The union’s head of education, Andy Pike, said the department didn’t offer any credible proposals.
# Coast Guard
Explainer: Why are Irish Coast Guard search-and-rescue helicopter pilots taking industrial action?
From Thursday, the pilots will engage in a work-to-rule action.
Senior gardaí to stop reform work as they're paid €6k less than their subordinates
Superintendents claim they had been assured equity, but the government later “reneged” on that agreement.
# grounded
More flight cancellations could be on the way as nearly half of Ryanair pilots reject bonuses
A number of staff at the airline have rejected a bonus offer from management.
# work-to-rule
Nurses' union agrees to meet with Workplace Relations Commission - but work-to-rule is still on
Over 30,000 INMO members are set to work-to-rule next Tuesday, 7 March.