Ireland -Meat processor Olhausen to stop production -October 10, 2012

Meat processing company Olhausen has confirmed to trade unions that it will cease production at all of its three plants in Dublin and Monaghan, dismissing 160 workers. The company has agreed to pay outstanding wages as well as statutory redundancy pay. Trade unions are speaking to the ministry to find a new buyer for the company.

English: http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/1010/olhausen-job-losses-dublin-monaghan.html

 

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