This is an important issue about which we wrote to the Minister on the 22 February. I don’t always post such correspondence simultaneously on our website so please read the letter here for a full overview of the matter. RTE RETIRED STAFF ASSOCIATION firstname.lastname@example.org 22/2/2022 Dear Minister Martin, Thank you for your letter of the … Read moreRTÉ Application to transfer management costs to Superannuation Scheme
Just to keep you all up to date. We requested an oral answer from the Minister for PER and this was it. I replied to Minister for Culture etc. Please see below: For Oral Answer on : 01/03/2022 Question Number(s): 64,70 Question Reference(s): 11382/22, 11381/22 Department: Public Expenditure and Reform Asked by: Bríd Smith T.D. ______________________________________________ QUESTION * To ask … Read moreWhy has the Department not allowed our pension increase? Oral answer in Dail.
Owen I enclose the Written Reply and our response. There are two errors in the Reply. REPLY I do not have primary Ministerial responsibility for any of the Commercial Semi State Bodies (CSSBs). It is usually a matter for the Government Department under whose aegis responsibility for individual CSSBs falls to consider and propose, as appropriate, any changes to … Read moreResponse to the Minister’s written reply- not one but two errors of fact.
We all get too much information but this website exists purely for the purposes of keeping RTERSA member up to date with pension information. You can set you device to alert you when we post something new. If you want to receive notifications from a site but aren’t getting them: On your computer, open Chrome. … Read moreSet your device to alert you when we post new information.
Hi Tony,Below is a reply from the Minister which is not very helpful. Would it help if we also asked the Minister for Tourism etc?OwenFor Written Answer on :17/02/2022Question Number(s): 200Question Reference(s): 8950/22Department:Public Expenditure and ReformAsked by: Bríd Smith T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION To ask the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform the position in relation to the RTÉ … Read moreReply to Written Answer request to Dept.PER
RTE RETIRED STAFF ASSOCIATION email@example.com 0872605862 Niamh Collins, Private Secretary to the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Catherine Martin, Minister for Culture…..Pearse Doherty, Sinn Fein Finance Spokesperson. Taoiseach, Micheal Martin, Brid Smith, Alan Kelly, Richard Boyd Barrett, Josepha Madigan, Leo Varadkar, Catherine Murphy, Jennifer Whitmore and others I visited an old friend … Read moreDepartment Public Expenditure & Reform blocking our pension increase again.
We have previously written to the Department of Culture to protest about this. This follow up letter was sent today. RTE RETIRED STAFF ASSOCIATION firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 12250 Dublin 16 Nov 2nd 2021 Dear Minister Martin, You are aware of our concerns regarding RTE’s application to change the regulations of the RTÉ Superannuation Scheme so … Read moreRTÉ application to Government to transfer Superannuation management costs to us.
I am pleased to let you know that the Trustees, RTE Superannuation Scheme, have now agreed to write to all members of the Retired Staff Association to ask their permission to share their contact details with us. We already have postal addresses for about 1000 members, some of which are out of date. We need … Read moreGood News
You will all be aware that for some time RTÉ does not supply us, the Retired Staff Association (RTERSA) with contact details – names and addresses – when they send us the membership fees every month. As a result it is impossible to update changes. If people have similar names – confusion. We do not … Read moreLetter to DG & RTE Board.
For some time now we have been working with a wider group of Semi State Retired Staff Associations to put pressure on Government to address the wide range of issues which affect us all. While there are differences between us in terms of legislation, conditions etc, we have much more in common. Consequently we have … Read moreLetter to Taoiseach