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The results of the ballot in DCU and the SIPTU Education Sector are as follows: DCU 113 – Against 94 – For SIPTU Education Sector 636 – Against 852 – For Please note that the DCU count does not include … Continue reading
Yet more pay cuts and extra work demands will hit DCU staff at the end of July, after SIPTU’s acceptance of the Haddington Road proposals, rejected by the majority at the University. Here, the DCU Section Committee sets out its … Continue reading
All public sector workers will be familiar with the endless propaganda of their ‘top hat’ pensions. Here, economist Michael Taft intervenes in what passes for public debate on the issue, with some facts.
The Section Committee sets out in this document (pdf) why the ‘Haddington Road Agreement’, as it affects members in Administrative and Library grades, should be rejected.
The DCU Section Committee urges all members to turn out for the critical vote on the Haddington Road proposals. Remaining ballots, which the Section Committee has advised members to reject, are detailed below.
It is the opinion of the Section Committee that the Public Services Stability Agreement 2013 – 2016 (Haddington Road Agreement) does not represent any significant change from the original LRC proposals (‘Croke Park 2’) which this Section overwhelmingly rejected.
The DCU Section Committee has unanimously called on members to reject the so-called Haddington Road proposals (pdf), the Government’s latest plan for public sector pay and other cuts.