We’re not going to encourage them so we’re not going to name the organisation that sent this sad catchall news release out today.
1st July 2016 If only you’d been here earlier The new health minister had to, quite rightly, give a seriously ill woman a grovelling apology after one of his ‘jobsworths’ sent a wholly inappropriate reply to a letter she had
So a State employee (Howlin) wants to use (mostly private sector) taxpayers’ money to pay more to those State employees.
Civil servant received a payout of more than €1 million under a Government severance scheme and had more than seven years added to their service to bring it up to 40 years.
The threat is not Brexit or Trumpit. The real threat is at home with our pork barrel politicians trying to cling to power. They’ll offer anyone, anything. There’s already the Luas, now CIE, then ESB and the teachers. It looks like Haddington Road is going down the S-bend. This is not Easter, this is Christmas for public sector unions.
AT ISME we have spotted a shocking story of potential State waste in this morning’s IrishTimes. The OPW, on behalf of the Dept. of Health, is looking to lease most of the old Bank of Ireland HQ on Baggot St. This would move the Department from its current run down abode in Hawkins House in a less than salubrious centre city location to a prime, prime, prime location on Dublin’s South side.
Another Win for the Unelected Government Tuesday 11th November 2014. Another day, another step backwards. That’s what it looks like to ISME on reading the story by @irishtimes industry correspondent Martin Wall that the government has abandoned a proposal to