Public Service Stability Agreement 2013

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All public bodies must have action plans defining the tasks, projects and initiatives they are implementing as part of the agreement and report regularly on progress to the implementation committee. Disclaimer This document is a summary of the key elements of the Public Service Stability Agreement (ASSA). The agreement itself is more comprehensive and contains more details on some issues than is reflected here. Readers are advised to refer to the final text of the full agreement for more information. Work-Life Balance The PSSA is committed to ensuring that the administration ensures that work-life balance agreements (including flexible work) are available as much as possible in public and public services. It states that disputes over the local and sectoral implementation of work-life balance agreements can be resolved through normal dispute resolution procedures. And she says the leadership of each sector must keep track of progress in gender balance in professional development. The 2010-2014 Public Service Agreement (“Croke Park Agreement”) between the government and public service unions contains a series of measures to reduce the number of public service employees; to ensure substantial savings and efficiency gains; and reform and modernization of the public service, while maintaining and improving the services it provides to the public. Partial wage consolidation: Members who underwent femPI`s pay cut in 2013 will see the first reinstatement of the reduction on 1 April 2017. This means that wages will generally increase by about 2.75%. The second part of the restoration will take place on January 1, 2018 with increases of the same amount. A table containing revised pay scales. Newcomers The term “new entrants” refers to people who started working in the public service after 2011 (and organizations related to it for wage purposes) when the government imposed, without agreement, lower pay scales for new employees.

The PSSA recognizes barriers to mobility in the public sector and is committed to reviewing the current rules on the inclusion of transfer and transport rights. It came into force in January 2018, after being adopted by the majority of public service unions, including the three unions that then joined in the creation of F`rsa. It runs until December 31, 2020. The Public Service Stability Agreement (SSP) regulates compensation and related issues (including the “retirement levy”) for almost all public servants and public servants, as well as for public servants of non-commercial organizations and “Section 38” agencies, for which the salary schedules follow the public service. Outsourcing, personnel and related issues Despite management`s attempts to significantly dilute them, the PSSA maintains all outsourcing protections acquired by unions in negotiations that resulted in previous agreements at Croke Park (2010) and Haddington Road (2013).

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