As previously reported, as part of ‘ad-hoc’ Labour Court finding in 2017, our serving colleagues were awarded a €500 increase
Pensioner’s Representation Bill. The above Bill is due for debate in the Dáil in the coming weeks/months and is of
The new pay agreement ‘Building Momentum’ is an extension of previous pay agreements including the Public Sector Stability Agreement (2018-20).
With an increased focus on pensions in the run-up to the General Election, many commentators predicted that the actuarial cost
GARDA PENSIONERS MUST WAIT UNTIL OCTOBER 2020 BEFORE PENSION INCREASES APPLY; WRITES JOE DIRWAN, CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF GSRMA.
The impact of the Labour Court recommendation of November 2016, on individual members of the GRA and AGSI was to
The NFPA to which GSRMA are fully affiliated, have stated that a public protest on behalf of pensioners will be
The key pension issues facing Garda Síochána Retired Members’ (GSRMA) are pension restoration, pension increases and negotiation rights. After the
Pay-Pension Parity; Lobbying by the Alliance of Retired Public Servants’. Continues writes Joe Dirwan – Central Committee.
The campaign by the Garda Retired Members’ Association (GSRMA) in collaboration with their colleagues in the Alliance continues unabated with
The Alliance of Retired Public Servants (ARPS) represents over 140,000 public servants, and since 2013, has been recognised by successive