Donegal IFA backs motion of no confidence in remuneration committee
Barry Murphy
An IFA regional chair has said that the process to set the salaries for IFA’s leadership is about transparency.
7 May 2022 News
Agri jobs: buffalo milker wanted in Cork
The well-known Toons Bridge herd of milking buffalo in Co Cork is seeking a farm manager for year-round milking and calving.
30 April 2022 News
Agri jobs: men and women needed for fencing ditches
Fencing operatives to put up agricultural and industrial fences are needed by a Dublin company.
‘Rumblings’ of no confidence in IFA leadership from Cavan
IFA members in a number of counties have expressed their frustration over the pay increases awarded to IFA leadership this month.
27 April 2022 News
Kerry IFA calls for ‘reverse’ of leadership’s pay increases
IFA members in Kerry feel IFA leaders are paid enough as is and say recent salary increases should be reversed.
22 April 2022 News
North Cork IFA asks national council to revisit salary increases
IFA members in north Cork have raised issue with the pay increases awarded to the IFA’s leadership and have sought to have them revisited.
20 April 2022 News
IFA remuneration will always make the headlines
After all that occurred in 2015, the decision to award a pay rise to Damian McDonald, Tim Cullinan and Brian Rushe.
13 April 2022 Dealer
IFA to increase director general and president's salaries
The IFA also announced that McDonald’s contract is to be extended indefinitely.
12 April 2022 News
Employing staff in a contracting business - the legal aspects you need to know
Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with Mary McDonagh, head of HR and Payroll Services in IFAC, to talk about employing staff in an agricultural contracting business.
30 March 2022 Farm machinery