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#Remuneration

From TheJournal.ie Minister commits to paying patient advocates for their time and work Remuneration

Minister commits to paying patient advocates for their time and work

A new remuneration policy will be announced next month.

From TheJournal.ie Government says €10m boost to Defence Forces pay will make Irish military careers 'more attractive' Salary

Government says €10m boost to Defence Forces pay will make Irish military careers 'more attractive'

The increase comes following the publication of the report of the Public Services Pay Commission.

From TheJournal.ie New AIB boss wants performance-based bonus ban lifted for bankers as staff are being enticed to competitors

New AIB boss wants performance-based bonus ban lifted for bankers as staff are being enticed to competitors

Following the banking crash, a government policy on bonuses was rolled out for State-owned banks.

From TheJournal.ie Timeline: Angela Kerins, charity salaries, and the saga of the baying PAC Pac'ed Courtroom

Timeline: Angela Kerins, charity salaries, and the saga of the baying PAC

Today’s High Court judgement against the former Rehab Group CEO brought to an end a saga that lasted almost three years.

From TheJournal.ie Banks 'fail' to identify risk of awarding bonuses for higher sales Remuneration

Banks 'fail' to identify risk of awarding bonuses for higher sales

The Central Bank has asked all firms to review their guidelines by the start of next year.

From TheJournal.ie Newly appointed CRC board will receive no remuneration Charities

Newly appointed CRC board will receive no remuneration

The Central Remedial Clinic’s board were independently appointed based on their competences.

From TheJournal.ie Kerins and Flannery legal threats to Rehab not to reveal finances Keep Mum

Kerins and Flannery legal threats to Rehab not to reveal finances

Solicitors’ letters were fired off to the charity group last night.

From TheJournal.ie St Vincent's bosses meet with HSE over pay - but won't say what happened Public Pay

St Vincent's bosses meet with HSE over pay - but won't say what happened

The hospital group was hauled before the HSE to discuss its compliance with public sector pay rules.

From TheJournal.ie PAC Chairman releases St Vincent's Hospital documents related to senior staff payments Remuneration

PAC Chairman releases St Vincent's Hospital documents related to senior staff payments

The correspondence from Noel Whelan, Chairman of St Vincent’s Healthcare Group states to the PAC that they believe they are “compliant” with the health sector pay policy.

From TheJournal.ie Ross calls for immediate resignation of CRC Board over salary top-ups Top-ups

Ross calls for immediate resignation of CRC Board over salary top-ups

Central Remedial Clinic used charity money to top up senior staff salaries.

From TheJournal.ie '€20m pension' for retiring Irish Medical Organisation chief was halved IMO

'€20m pension' for retiring Irish Medical Organisation chief was halved

George McNeice is now entitled to a pension pot of just under €10 million following the announcement of his retirement from the doctors’ representative group yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie 'He's worth it' - Dukes on IBRC chief's €500,000+ salary Ibrc

'He's worth it' - Dukes on IBRC chief's €500,000+ salary

Mike Aynsley, the chief executive of the Irish Banking Resolution Corporation, was criticised by members of an Oireachtas committee yesterday for his salary.

Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal released a list of the top 25 earners of the decade and it got us thinking.

Who are the best paid civil and public servants in Ireland? So we compiled a list from their respective annual reports. We’ve put their salaries together with the value of their known benefits and bonuses.

Perhaps the new McCarthy group will want to take a look at this.

1. Padraig McManus, CEO, ESB, €654,309

2. Declan Collier, CEO, Dublin Airport Authority, €568,100

3. John Corrigan, Head of NTMA, €500,000 + (Estimated as NTMA refuses to release salary details)

4. Brendan McDonagh, Head of NAMA, €500,000 + (Estimated as NAMA refuses to release salary details)

5. Mike Aynsley, CEO, Anglo Irish Bank, €500,000

6. Donal Connell, CEO, An Post €500,000

7. Cathal Magee, Chief Executive, HSE €415,000

8. Donal Byrne, CEO, Eirgrid, €407,000

9. John Mullins, CEO, Bord Gais, €394,000

10. Gabriel D’arcy CEO, Bord na Mona, €392,000

And what does poor old Taoiseach Brian Cowen earn? A measly €228,000 – not bad in comparison to his British counterpart David Cameron who’s only pulling in €169,500. There are sixty-six civil and public servants on higher pay than Cowen according to The Sunday Tribune.