Haddington Road Agreement Annual Leave

The Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Act (FEMPI Act) 2013 gave legal effect to the main provisions of the Haddington Road Agreement. The 2013 FEMPI law also provides for a further reduction in salary for civil servants who earn 65,000 euros or more than one year`s salary and a reduction in civil service pensions of more than 32,500 euros. Here you will find a FAQ document: Haddington Road Agreement FAQs DOH Circular 2/2014 re staff remaining on current hours (pre 1 July 2013 hours) – March 2014 The Public Service Stability Agreement – 2013-2016 (Haddington Road Agreement) sets out productivity measures, costs and reforms that, combined, will achieve the objective of reducing wage costs by €1 billion for the cost of wages and pensions over the next three years. from 2013 to 2015. The length of the working week increased to at least 37 hours for those who worked 35 hours or less and those from 35 to 39 hours to 39 hours. The HSE has developed a number of documents containing further guidelines for the implementation of Circular 5/2013 of the Ministry of Public Health “Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Act 2013 and the Public Services Stability Agreement 2013-2016”. Memo for employees at the last point of scale – Costs of provisions – February 2014 The Haddington Road Agreement was concluded in May 2013 by the government and trade unions representing civil servants, as part of the commitment to reduce civil service wage and pension costs by €1 billion. Implementation resulted in progress in workforce restructuring, labour flexibility, division of labour, productivity and cost reduction between 2013 and 2015. in different sectors of the public service. .

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