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Financial emergency Measures in the Public interest Bill 2013: Second Stage (resumed)

Vote from 29/05/2013

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The Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Bill 2013 gives effect to the Government's proposals to reduce the remuneration of certain public servants on higher rates of pay in excess of €65,000, provide for a reduction in the amount of pension or other benefits, other than lump sums, payable to or in r

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The Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Bill 2013 gives effect to the Government's proposals to reduce the remuneration of certain public servants on higher rates of pay in excess of €65,000, provide for a reduction in the amount of pension or other benefits, other than lump sums, payable to or in respect of certain persons who are or were in the public service under an occupational pension scheme or pension arrangement, and provide for a suspension of incremental progression for three years for all public servants. The freezing of increments will apply unless the employees in question are covered by a collective agreement that modifies the terms of the incremental suspension and that has been registered with the Labour Relations Commission - Deputy Brendan Howlin, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform.

Full details of bill here- http://per.gov.ie/wp-content/uploads/Financial-Emergency-Measures-in-the...

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