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  • IMPACT seeks response from health employers after staff back industrial action over job evaluation deal 12 August 2016 -   IMPACT will serve notice of industrial action on the HSE next week unless health employers respond quickly to staff anger at management’s failure to reinstate a job evaluation scheme, which was suspended at the outset of the economic crash. The warning came as the union announced today (Friday) that 87% of health service clerical, […]
  • Health staff ballot for action after employers renege on Lansdowne Road job evaluation deal 27 July 2016 - Over 8,000 health service clerical, administrative and management staff are balloting for industrial action over management’s failure to meet its commitment to re-open the HSE Job evaluation scheme. IMPACT says both the HSE and Department of Health are in breach of the Lansdowne Road agreement, which contains a commitment to reintroduce the scheme that was […]
  • IMPACT calls for Government action on top pay irregularities in charity sector 21 July 2016 - Union warns reputational damage putting services at risk IMPACT has today (Thursday) warned that continuing revelations of irregular pay arrangements for top managers in charities and voluntary organisations will put funding, jobs and vital services at risk unless the Government acts. The union, which represents staff in the sector, was responding to the latest media […]