Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Aldi will add 1,050 more employees this year to support the opening of four new Irish stores. Some 700 full-time employees and 350 temporary employees will be hired to operate new stores in Dunshaughlin, Douglas, Newbridge and Bayside, which when open will increase the German retailer’s total number of Irish locations to 149. Sales at Aldi have surged by 15.2 per cent over the past year, with more than 1.4 million households shopping at its stores.
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Fall in share-related payments to staff at Dropbox’s Irish office
The firm announced it was culling 11 per cent of its workforce in order to weather tough economic conditions
Aryzta needs cash buffer against risky US sell-off, warn brokers
Analysts say Covid-19 could halt the sale of American holdings which are key to the Irish-Swiss food giant’s survival