Private Dublin Bus contractor outgunned by higher salary offers at Bus Éireann
Go Ahead Ireland is offering salaries of up to €32,000; Bus Éireann is offering salaries of €35,000, rising to over €40,000
The new private operator for Dublin Bus routes has found it harder to hire trained bus drivers due to Bus Éireann’s offer of higher-paid jobs.
Go Ahead Ireland is offering salaries of up to €32,000 to recruit 350 new drivers. But Bus Éireann is offering salaries of €35,000, rising to over €40,000 after four years, to 200 new drivers.
Bus Éireann is also offering a more valuable defined benefit pension plan to new...
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