Welcome to the website of the RTÉ Retired Staff Association.
The RSA represents retired RTE Staff who are members of the Defined Benefit Superannuation Scheme.
Greetings All – We’d like to give you an update on the meeting that we’ve had with the RTÉSA Trustees. Following a request from the RTÉRSA to Ms Paula Mullooly, Chair of the RTÉSA, a meeting took place with the Trustees of the RTÉ Superannuation scheme on 19th May 2023.The RTÉRSA was represented by Stephanie … Read moreRTÉRSA – Update – May 2023
Greetings All, I hope all is well with everyone. We’d like to give you an update on the issues we’ve been involved with on the RTÉRSA committee. Demand for pension increase. First and foremost on our agenda is the issue of ensuring we get our pension increase, following the recent pay increase awarded to RTÉ … Read moreRTÉRSA – Update – April 2023
Ms Paula MulloolyChair of the TrusteesRTÉSAEmail – Paula.Mullooly@rte.ie 30th March 2023 Dear Paula, I hope all is well with you. I’m writing to request a meeting with the RTÉSA Trustees and representatives of the RTÉRSA (RTÉ Retired Staff Association) committee. The two main items we would like to discuss are as follows: Firstly, the RTÉRSA … Read moreLetter to the new (interim) chair of the Trustees, Ms. Paula Mullooly
23 March 2023 Stephanie Fitzpatrick, Chair RTÉ Retired Staff Association By Email: email@example.com Dear Stephanie, I acknowledge receipt of your submission to the Pensions Authority which has been copied to me and to the members of the RTÉ Board. It is correct to say that RTÉ has sought approval for a regulation change to allow … Read moreResponse from Siún Ní Raghallaigh, Chair, RTÉ Board
Eoin Byrne has asked us to let you know that Sports and Social Committee is making good progress on the re-opening of the gym including fitness classes. They hope to be able to update us all soon. If you would like to re-new or become a new member please email them at firstname.lastname@example.org Please spread … Read moreRTÉ Sports & Social Club
Retired RTÉ staff warn broadcaster over pensions Pensioners write to new chairwoman saying proposal could cost them €40m. BARRY O’HALLORAN RTÉ’s bid to rid of retirement fund expenses could cost its pensioners €40 million, former staff have warned the national broadcaster. The State company plans to appeal a Government refusal to allow it change the … Read moreIrish Times
RTE RETIRED STAFF ASSOCIATION email@example.com www.rtersa.ie 9th January 2023 Dear Ms Ní Raghallaigh I am writing to you on behalf of our members who at our 2022 AGM unanimously expressed dismay that the Board of RTÉ would write to the government and ask them to wipe out the surplus on the RTÉ pension scheme to … Read moreRTÉRSA letter to Chair, RTÉ Board.
Your committee has been working away on your behalf. Your response to requests of email addresses has been very good although we still have a fair number of empty spaces in the database. The main issue facing us at present is RTÉs demand that the pensioners should carry the administration costs of the scheme. This … Read moreJanuary 2023
RTE RETIRED STAFF ASSOCIATION firstname.lastname@example.org www.rtersa.ie August 14th 2022 Dear Minister The members of the RTÉ Retired Staff Association (RTERSA) were pleased to note the decision by your Department and DPER not “to approve the proposal to transfer all the operational expenses incurred by the scheme from RTÉ to the scheme itself bearing in mind … Read moreChairperson to Minister re RTÉ application to transfer management costs to Superannuation.
from the Sunday Business Post 4th Sept. 2022 View here