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Updates to State Pension Age and Domestic Violence Leave Announced

New pension measures were approved by Cabinet yesterday and has been announced that the State Pension Age will remain at 66. A proposal is before Cabinet to introduce a new right to five days per year of paid leave for victims of domestic violence.

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21/09/2022
Updates to State Pension Age and Domestic Violence Leave Announced
New pension measures were approved by Cabinet yesterday and has been announced that the State Pension Age will remain at 66. A proposal is before Cabinet to introduce a new right to five days per year of paid leave for victims of domestic violence.
30/08/2022
Government Set To Receive Minimum Wage Increase Recommendation
As inflation rates reached a 40-year high of 9.1%, An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar confirmed he is to bring a recommendation from the Low Pay Commission to increase the minimum wage, to Cabinet next month.
22/08/2022
Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022 signed into law
In July, the Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022 was enacted, which transposes the EU Directive on protection of persons who report breaches of Union law as well as an overhaul of the statutory framework for the protection of whistleblowers.

Industrial Relations News

06/07/2022
Pay is the Predominant Complaint Made to WRC in 2021

The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) published its annual report for 2021 last week. It provides some interesting insights into complaints being brought forward by employees and highlights some trends when compared to previous years.

10/06/2022
Government and Public Sector Unions Discussing New Pay Deal

Formal talks on public sector pay are set to get underway next week as the increasing cost of living continues to bite. The average negative impact on workers’ pockets equates to €1,300 according to the ESRI...

06/05/2022
Unions Demanding Bigger Pay Rises for Country’s Civil Servants
Talks on a new wage deal are due to take place in May.

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