Ireland Must Get a Return for Public Sector Investment


As pay talks recommence this morning, Chambers Ireland has called for any agreement to include quantifiable, meaningful productivity improvements.

Speaking this morning, Ian Talbot, Chief Executive, Chambers Ireland said “Any changes to public sector pay over the next two years will inevitably be financed by additional Government borrowing leaving a further future legacy for all taxpayers. Government must ensure that Ireland gets a return for this investment.”

“The efforts being made to effectively block any outsourcing opportunities must also be resisted.”

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