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#4941

First story on the RTE 9 news tonight - almost 600 jobs going at MSD in Swords.

Second story about 358 jobs in jeopardy at A-Wear.

rte.ie/news/business/2013/11 … -receiver/


#4942

rte.ie/news/2013/1203/490738-pfizer-meeting/
not likely to be good news


#4943

bye-agra?


#4944

Confirmed, 150 jobs gone in Pfizer

thejournal.ie/pfizer-announc … book_short


#4945

I know a ‘management bloke’ there - serious possibility of bad days for the culchies there. Is this Healy Rae’s locality?

rte.ie/news/business/2013/1212/492344-liebherr-kerry-plant/


#4946

German companies don’t have time for this. Their first hand experience of industrial relations are through works councils who generally aren’t as adversarial as union dominated companies.
I was listening to our works council meeting during the week and it was very much a case of “this is what we have agreed with the company, here are impediments, here is how we are going to achieve our desired goals”, not “Strike, Strike, Strike” which appears to be the blunt instrument in use in Industrial Relations in Ireland.


#4947

Way to go SIPTU! Well done!


#4948

Glanbia creating 90 jobs:

irishtimes.com/business/sect … -1.1626805


#4949

Great news for Limerick:

"An American drug company is aiming to create 300 new jobs in Limerick as part of a proposed €217m investment.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals is taking over the site of the former Dell factory at the Raheen Business Park in Limerick, which closed in 2009.

If the company secures planning permission to transform the 12-acre site, construction will begin next year employing 600 builders on the project."

breakingnews.ie/business/pha … 17513.html


#4950

Irish tech firm Intune runs out of money; Second high-profile collapse in 2013 -> finfacts.ie/irishfinancenews … 7903.shtml


#4951

150 Technology jobs at Liberty Mutual in Dublin:

irishtimes.com/business/econ … -1.1632930


#4952

Closure of Lufthansa Technik Airmotive confirmed

rte.ie/news/2013/1220/494012-lufthansa/


#4953

That makes me especially sad. High value jobs which were won on an international playing field have been lost and the qualifications of the workers will expire if they don’t continue to work. I hope the employees who have valuable skills get work elsewhere but they’ll probably have to emigrate to find a similiar job.


#4954

Decent jobs too, by the looks of it.


#4955

8 made redundant on Friday (including me) from CSGI billing Galway.


#4956

Hard luck. I assume you weren’t expecting this as you have been house hunting recently.


#4957

Sorry to hear that


#4958

Such timing. Very sorry to hear that.


#4959

Hard luck :frowning:


#4960

This story is being recycled again.
independent.ie/business/subw … 36489.html
180 stores leads to 1800 jobs supposedly.
subway don’t open the stores, franchisees open the stores.
I personally wouldn’t be interested in a store which requires 10(1800 divided by 180) staff to run. Open 7x16 hours I only come to about 3 employees if one member of staff is available all the time.
40hoursx52weeksx10employeesx€8.65= €180k is a lot of labour for a sandwich shop before a single gherkin is sliced.