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  • 24 November 2014

    Pay restoration vital to Irish economic recovery – IMPACT

    The next vital phase of economic recovery won’t happen without pay restoration in all sectors of the Irish economy, according to IMPACT deputy general secretary Kevin Callinan. He said wage recovery was essential to improve reduced living standards and encourage domestic spending, which would in turn create more jobs. Kevin was speaking during a panel […]

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  • 24 November 2014

    IMPACT donation to fight Ebola

    IMPACT’s Developing World Fund has responded to an urgent request from Public Services International (PSI) to support PSI’s aid fund in the fight against the Ebola virus. PSI provides immediate relief and assistance of PSI members and their families, especially in cases where health workers have died and their families have no access to social […]

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  • 24 November 2014

    IMPACT describes Sligo staffless library plan as ‘retrograde step’

    IMPACT assistant general secretary Richy Carrothers has said the union will not support the development of a staffless library project in Tubbercurry in Sligo. He said the plan is a retrograde step and has already been rejected or deferred in three of the original five locations selected for piloting the scheme. Sligo County Council announced […]

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