Local Councillor, Charlie O’Connor, has called on Government to honor the commitments to Community Employment Supervisors, who are campaigning for fair treatment.
Councillor Charlie O’Connor raised the matter at the October meeting of the Council with the following motion, “That this South Dublin County Council, recognising the contribution of CE Supervisors for their years of dedication to our communities and noting the findings of the Labour Court ruling, calls on the Government to engage, consult and honor the commitment of a fair gratuity scheme and resolve the pension entitlements for all the Supervisors and Assistant Supervisors who have put in the years of service and deserve their due recognition and will the Chief Executive bring this motion to the attention of Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Social Protection and Community and Rural Development.”
He said that the motion was passed with the support of all Councillors. He added that he had received many calls in the matter and emphasised the importance of CE Schemes in our local communities. He undertook to continue to support the CE Supervisors campaign.