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The Government’s proposals to tackle the new entrant issue have been rejected by  ASTI and INTO although neither have balloted members for industrial action.

New measures aimed at addressing the controversial two-tier pay system for thousands of staff who joined the public service since 2011 will come into (...)

Phil Ni Sheaghdha INMO general secretary at a hearing in relation to the nurses dispute over pay and recruitment at the Labour Court, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

There has been no immediate drive by public service groups for additional pay deals similar to that secured by nurses on Monday after their recent str(...)

ASTI picket at Monkstown Park College in 2016. File photograph: Eric Luke

Second-level teachers have said they may ballot for strike action following their rejection of Government proposals for ending the controversial two-t(...)

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation general secretary, Phil Ní Sheaghdha (centre), with members. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Strikes by nurses appear set to go ahead from the end of the month after talks broke down on Friday without resolution. Negotiations between the Iris(...)

 Joe O’Connor, lead organiser Forsa Trade Union with Maria Dunne, chairwoman, School Secretary Branch and Marion Jackson, treasurer at the launch of a nationwide campaign calling for respect and fair conditions for all school secretaries. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

School secretaries are being treated like “second-class” employees by the Government, with some earning as little as €12,000 a year and no entitlement(...)

Announcing the result of the ballot of INTO members on the two-tier pay system, general secretary Sheila Nunan said the proposal by Government failed to signal an end to pay inequality for all new entrants.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Primary school teachers have narrowly rejected new Government proposals to address the controversial two-tier pay system in schools. The move increase(...)

Ictu general secretary Patricia King.

Teachers and other public service groups who reject the new public pay agreement will not receive salary increases set out in the accord, Minister for(...)

The balloting of Siptu members on the new pay deal began on July 3rd, and counting concluded on Thursday in Liberty Hall.   Photograph: Cyril Byrne.

Members of Siptu trade union have voted by a large margin to accept the new Government public sector pay deal. The results of the ballots saw 76 per (...)

 Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe during an announcement on the public service pay commission at Government Buildings, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Government has told gardaí and secondary school teachers who are planning a wave of strikes over pay that they should re-engage in talks on their (...)

Minister for Education Richard Bruton said that for a newly-qualified teacher recruited last September, the deal would be worth €6,700 by January 2018, an increase of 22 per cent to €37,723. Photograph: Alan Betson

A substantial pay deal is on the table for newly-qualified teachers but it would still leave a gap of some €1,800 between their earnings and those of(...)

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