IMPACT members approve new public sector pay deal

One of the country's largest public sector unions is backing the Lansdowne Road 2 pay deal.

Some 77% of IMPACT members have voted in favour of the agreement, which is set to follow Lansdowne Road.

The union said however that rapid action on pay iniquities is needed in order for them to fully commit to the deal.

The announcement comes just days after the INTO said it would reject the deal over pay equality for new teachers.


Related Articles

ASTI teachers vote to reject public-service pay deal

Activists group calls on teaching unions to unite against new public service pay agreement

INTO denies reports it has accepted new public service pay deal

Unions who voted against new public sector pay deal will not benefit from it, says Finance Minister

More in this Section

People trapped on big wheel at Galway Christmas market

Mary Lou McDonald says Sinn Féin are 'ready' to go into power with another party

High Court hears Ryanair did not accept 'anonymous and unverified' safety survey

Revenue confirms it is investigating offshore tax evasion


Today's Stories

Probe into claim sexual harassment within Prison Service was covered up

‘Selfish drivers oblivious to huge devastation they could cause’, says bereaved Cork woman

Young man with autism admits sex assault of five-year-old girl

Cartel ‘running out of people to do their work’

Lifestyle

John Wilson touring with music made with Rory Gallagher in Taste

The F word: Why are some women reluctant to call themselves feminists?

Ask Audrey: 'Come here, do posh girls fake orgasms?'

Music Man: Why singer Phil Coulter is still touring in his 70s

More From The Irish Examiner