Fearghal O'Connor: Bus Éireann's management structure could be another major roadblock
Company must take a long hard look at itself and ask - is there a better way to organise itself?
Why is Bus Éireann in financial trouble?
Consider this: for every four bus drivers in Bus Éireann there is a manager or administrator sitting in an office somewhere.
There has been huge focus in recent months on the wages and terms and conditions of Bus Éireann's drivers. However, that version of events has largely ignored the elephant in the room - the top heavy nature of the semi-state bus company.
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