Public Service Agreement 2010

The agreement, officially titled «The Public Service Agreement 2010-2014,» was signed by the ICTU on June 6, 2010. In the context of layoffs and wage cuts in the private sector, the government has agreed not to impose redundancies in the public sector or further wage cuts in the public sector. [3] The 2010-2014 Croke Park Agreement or The Croke Park Agreement was concluded with the ICTU and the Gardaunden Armed Forces Federations. The Croke Park Agreement was an obligation to change the way the public service has managed its operations to reduce both costs and the number of people employed by public services, while the public service can continue to meet service needs. Depending on the implementation of the savings and compliance with the agreement, the government has made certain commitments with respect to the service of public servants: all public bodies must submit action plans defining the tasks, projects and initiatives they carry out under the agreement and report regularly on progress made to the implementation committee of the agreement. 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. The Croke Park Agreement, officially known as the Public Service Agreement 2010-2014, is an agreement between the Irish government and various public sector unions and representative organisations. It was named after croke Park, a large sports arena with conference facilities in Dublin, where negotiations took place. In return, public sector unions agreed not to take union action and cooperate in comprehensive public sector reforms to increase efficiency, flexibility and redeployment, as well as to reduce costs and the number of employees. [4] According to the implementation structure, the number of employees had been reduced by 28,000 in March 2012 and the annual wage bill by 3.1 billion euros.

[5] It has been reported that more than 7,000 public servants have been resettled. [6] The agreement builds on the considerable level of reform that took place in the public service under the 2010-14 Public Service Agreement and contains a number of other measures needed to support the provision of a more integrated, efficient and effective public service. The 2009 emergency budget and the Irish government`s 2010 budget imposed wage cuts on a number of public service workers. A series of strike actions ensued. [2] The Teachers` Union of Ireland (TUI) voted in favour of the Croke Park Agreement proposals. Separate votes were cast for members of the second and third levels. This division has developed two separate action plans: a plan for the Department and its agencies and a second plan for the entire education sector. Public Service Agreement – this document outlines all elements of the agreement at the second and third levels. Second Level/Further Education The following provisions at the second and third levels: Teachers The 2013-2016 Stability Agreement between the government and public service unions contains a series of wage and productivity measures that will be implemented in the public service from 2013 to 2016.

The total number of voters was 7,757 (55.83%).