Tuesday November 24, 2020

RTE seeks to cut 15% from new staff pay

Staff joining RTE will be paid 15 per cent less than existing employees under radical new working arrangements being proposed by management at the national broadcaster.

16th June, 2012

Staff joining RTE will be paid 15 per cent less than existing employees under radical new working arrangements being proposed by management at the national broadcaster.

A draft code of practice/guiding principles which has been seen by *The Sunday Business Post* outlines the significant changes to work practices which the organisation is demanding of staff as it seeks €25 million in savings. The deadline for a voluntary redundancy scheme was last Friday, and RTE needs 150...

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