Ireland - Financial deal agreed for 130 former Clerys workers - March 31, 2017

On 21 March 2017, an undisclosed financial settlement between Natrium and Clerys’ dismissed workers was reached, ending the workers protest over the store’s brutal closure in 2015. SIPTU services division organiser Ethel Buckley said the terms of the deal, which includes an agreement on future local employment in the new store, would remain confidential, but that a ‘good will payment’ which was ‘substantial’ in nature would be made to the 130 former employees.

English: http://www.irishtimes.com/news/consumer/financial-deal-agreed ... 

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