RTE salaries frozen until 2016

Salaries of RTE employees are not expected to increase for the next three years, according to an actuarial valuation report of the RTE pension scheme.

27th April, 2013

Salaries of RTE employees are not expected to increase for the next three years, according to an actuarial valuation report of the RTE pension scheme.

The report by Mercer said that staff salaries in RTE were expected to rise by 1 per cent in 2016, by 2 per cent in 2017, and then by 2.25 per cent per annum. However, pension payments are expected to lag behind salary increases until 2019, because pensions were not...

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