Haddington Road Agreement 2013-2016 Published

Following lengthy negotiations between unions and public service management after the rejection of Croke Park II, the Public Service Stability Agreement has been published.

Also known as the Haddington Road Agreement 2013-2016, the report is the new public service pay and reform agreement.

It is understood that SIPTU will decide today whether to recommend the new agreement to its members.

The INTO, who previously rejected Croke Park II, have already decided to recommend acceptance.

Over the coming weeks other unions will consider their own positions.


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