Ireland -Redundancy payments in sight for former Vita Cortex workers -April 2, 2012

The National Assets Management Agency (NAMA) has announced it is willing to make free assets for Vita Cortex at receiving assurances that the money will be used for the redundancy payments of the company’s former employees. Seeking agreed supplementary redundancy payments of 0.9 weeks per worked year, on top of the statutory two weeks, ex-workers are now into the 16th week of their sit in at Vita Cortex’ sister company Vita Clean. The NAMA offer could end the long running conflict.



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