The Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Act (FEMPI Act) of 2013 implemented important provisions of the Haddington Road Agreement. The FEMPI 2013 law also applied a further reduction in salaries for civil servants whose annual salary is 65,000 euros or more and a reduction in public service pensions of more than 32,500 euros. The Haddington Road Agreement introduced freezes, overtime modifications and flexi chords and provided for a longer work week without compensation. The working week has been increased to at least 37 hours for those working 35 hours or less and 39 hours for those aged 35 to 39 hours. The Haddington Road Agreement was concluded in May 2013 by the government and unions representing civil servants, as part of the request to reduce public service salaries and pensions by 1 billion euros. Between 2013 and 2015, implementation made progress in workforce restructuring, flexible work, division of labour, productivity and cost reduction. different sectors of the public service. A related FAQ document is available here: Haddington Road Agreement FAQs The Public Service Stability Agreement 2013-2016 (`Haddington Road Agreement`) provided for a series of reforms to working hours, schedules, redeployments and performance management of public servants. The agreement builds on the measures of the Croke Park Agreement, which launched the process of creating an increasingly integrated and productive public service, with greater standardization of employment conditions within and in the public sector as a whole.