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Childcare workers: '€13 an hour isn't cutting it' - SIPTU

SIPTU has today been seeking a €2 an hour increase for workers in early years education at pay talks that began today. The union wants the minimum hourly wage rate to increase from €13 to €15. Darragh O’Connor, SIPTU's Head of Strategic Organising and Campaigns joined Kieran after talks to discuss the moves going forward...

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17.20 8 Jun 2023


Childcare workers: '€13 an hour isn't cutting it' - SIPTU


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SIPTU has today been seeking a €2 an hour increase for workers in early years education at pay talks that began today. The union wants the minimum hourly wage rate to increase from €13 to €15.

Darragh O’Connor, SIPTU's Head of Strategic Organising and Campaigns joined Kieran after talks to discuss the moves going forward...


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