Ireland - New owner Eir may cut up to 1,000 jobs - March 31, 2018

Concerns are growing that the new French owner of telecom company Eir plans to cut up a third of the workforce resulting in job losses for up to 1.000 staff. Earlier on unions at Eir raised concerns over the fact that the company is not taking on apprentice engineers to replace the very large number of engineers that are due to retire this year and in subsequent years. Trade unions officials shared staff concerns in a meeting with the new CEO.

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