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.
Irish Times 22nd Nov 2019 Time to stop hyperventilating about RTÉ’s finances and take calm decisions Caveat: No matter what its management says, RTÉ seems to be fishing for State bailout RTÉ director general Dee Forbes’s recent PR campaign to jolt the public and politicians into worrying about the broadcaster’s financial future is, by far, … Read moreMark Paul on RTE Financial situation
I have just uploaded a new Policy document agreed with all the other Retired Staff Semi State Associations – RSSA. To promote and sell this to public representatives we have to be seen to collectively represent a formidable body of voters. RTE, ESB, Coillte, CIE, BnaM etc It is simply not a runner to ask … Read moreImportant. We need your support. Now.
The RSSA committee agreed on the final draft of our policy document which we are presenting to as many political representatives as possible. It takes the form of a PowerPoint and the script is enclosed. We had the opportunity to present it to a meeting in Dail Eireann to a number of TDs and their … Read moreNovember 2019 Update
Those of you who have occasion to visit the mothership in Donnybrook please be aware that the layout has changed recently. Specifically, you now need an active co-tag to enter any car parking space. I also understand that retiree co-tags will no longer allow access to the buildings, only to the car parks.
RTE RETIRED STAFF ASSOCIATION email@example.com PO Box 12250 Dublin 16 Jan 23rd 2019 To RTERSA Committee In regard to the question raised by Joe Harris at our last meeting and our proposal to ask Mathesons for a formal opinion, it is important to consider any supporting documentation. I have read a wide range of the … Read morePension Freeze Issues