Archive for redundancy

Ibec warns on public sector cuts

Posted in Governance and administration with tags on 10 March 2011 by Steve

“Employers’ group Ibec has said the Government will have to introduce compulsory redundancies if it is to achieve its target of reductions in numbers in the public service …” (more)

[Martin Wall, Irish Times, 10 March]

Advertisements

Croke Park deal ‘delivering results’

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , on 2 February 2011 by Steve

“The body overseeing the implementation of the Croke Park agreement on public service pay and reform has delivered an upbeat update on the progress of the deal, forecasting that 75% of the required staff reductions will be complete by the end of the year …” (more)

[Stephen Rogers, Irish Examiner, 2 January]

Reject Implementation of Croke Park Deal!

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , on 17 January 2011 by Steve

“Accepting the second and third level implementation means agreeing to the Croke Park Deal as a whole. These proposed implementations are now available on TUI website …” (more)

[Paddy Healy, Indymedia Ireland, 17 January]

Threat to make 300 surplus teachers in second-level schools redundant

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , on 15 January 2011 by Steve

“The Department of Education is threatening to make more than 300 surplus teachers in second-level schools redundant this year unless teacher unions back the Croke Park deal …” (more)

[Seán Flynn and Martin Wall, Independent, 15 January]

Public sector staff may be offered new redundancy scheme

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , on 29 December 2010 by Steve

“The government is considering offering a new voluntary redundancy package for staff in the wider public service in the new year …” (more)

[Martin Wall, Irish Times, 29 December]

Contract Staff liable to enhanced redundancy following important legal precedents

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , on 3 December 2010 by Steve

“Contract staff employed by Irish universities now seem certain to have their redundancy settlements trebled on foot of important legal advances secured by IFUT …” (more)

[IFUT, 3 December]

Stirling University ‘broke law’ when laying off staff

Posted in Governance and administration with tags , , on 25 November 2010 by Steve

“Stirling University could be forced to pay out hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation after terminating staff contracts without consultation …” (more)

[BBC News, 24 November]