On 1st January public servants received their next union-negotiated pay and pension levy boosts.

Under the Public Service Stability Agreement (PSSA), the salary threshold at which staff pay the ‘additional superannuation contribution,’ formerly known as the pension levy, will increase from €32,000 to €34,500 a year. This will be worth €250 a year.

Those who earn less than €32,000 a year will see their pay increased by 0.5%.

The PSSA, which was negotiated by SIPTU and other unions in 2017, will also deliver another 2% salary adjustment for all in September. 

Non-pay provisions in the PSSA include strong protections against outsourcing.

The deal expires in December 2020. That's why we planning ahead and consulting our members on what are the issues that matter to them in the workplace ahead of any potential successor. 

This survey is your chance to have a say on the future of public service pay, conditions and employment.

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* 1. Union campaigns are only effective when members are informed and willing to take action. Please fill in your details, download our App and stay in touch.

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* 2. I am a SIPTU member

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* 3. Occupation

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* 4. Do you commute to work?

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* 5. How do you get to work?

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* 6. How long is your commute to work?

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* 7. Would cutting your commute improve your working conditions

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* 8. How much is your yearly wage

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* 9. What are the biggest issues for you in work? (choose up to 3)

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* 10. Do you agree that national collective agreements are the best way of delivering better conditions of employment and decent employment protections for all Public Sector workers?

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* 11. Do you believe the current Government has honoured the current public sector agreement

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* 12. What should be the priority in any new public sector agreement

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* 13. Will you attend a SIPTU consultation meeting on the future of public service pay, conditions and employment?

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