Second layoff payment for Kerry electrical workers
Up to 14 former ESB workers at the Tarbert plant to get 10 months of salary in lump sum
A group of electricity workers in Kerry are set to receive their second generous redundancy package in recent years from a power station that runs for just a few hours each year.
Up to 14 former ESB workers at the Tarbert plant, who are set to be made redundant by private operator SSE, will receive a lump sum of 10 months of their salary, which is understood to average €90,000.
This comes on top of an ongoing...
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