Unions consult over pay restoration agreement

Ireland Ireland
Public service unions are consulting members of a new collective agreement - the Lansdowne Road agreement - that will include a range of measures to restore some of the pay cuts that have been implemented over the past six years. The first phase will take place in 2016 with the salary amount above which the pension levy is payable increased to €24,750 (from the current threshold of €15,000). This will reduce the pension levy by €600 per annum for all public servants earning above the threshold. Annualised salaries up to €24,000 will increase by 2.5% those between €24,001 and €31,000 will increase by 1%. There will be further phases later in 2016 and then in 2017.
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And at > INMO
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