Thursday February 20, 2020

Civil servants fast-track battle for ‘banking time’

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

7th June, 2015

Civil servants have got the go ahead to seek compensation for the loss of their weekly “banking time” to cash their pay cheques.

The half an hour per week allowance for lower paid civil servants had become a source of amusement because staff had been paid electronically for years.

But though the allowance was abolished five years ago at the start of the recession, it is still a live issue for members of...

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