The long road to a deal for Clerys workers

Settlement allows Natrium to go ahead with plans, but questions remain over 2015 closure

22nd March, 2017
Former Clerys workers to receive 'goodwill payment'. Pic: RollingNews.ie

After a 21-month campaign, former workers at Clerys have reached agreement with the store’s new owner, Natrium, on the settlement of a dispute which followed the closure of the famous Dublin city centre store in June 2015.

The deal was announced on Tuesday at a press conference in the Mansion House attended by workers, Natrium director Deirdre Foley and Dublin’s Lord Mayor Brendan Carr.

The terms of the settlement are confidential, but...

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