HSE cuts mean Enable Ireland can’t award staff pay rises

The workers, who took the organisation to the Workplace Relations Commission, claimed they were entitled to incremental pay increases since 2012

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
21st July, 2019

Disability organisation Enable Ireland has told some of its workers it is running a deficit because of funding cuts from the HSE which means it can’t give them pay rises to which they are entitled.

The workers, who took the organisation to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC), claimed they were entitled to incremental pay increases since 2012. The commission heard that HSE funding had not increased over the last number of years, and...

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