Ireland - Secondary education teachers receive salary increase - August 31, 2017

Thousands of secondary teachers who are members of the Association of Secondary Teachers (ASTI) have received salary increases worth thousands of euro. This follows the trade union’s vote to suspend its long-running campaign of industrial action in June 2017. Most union members have seen their annual salaries increase by between €1,796 and €2,500. The union’s decision to suspend industrial action paved the way for the restoration of payments which were frozen since the ASTI voted to cease working additional hours.

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