Bruton pledges to work with Bausch & Lomb to expand Waterford plant

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton pledged to work with Bausch & Lomb and IDA Ireland to maximise the possibilities for expansion of the Waterford plant after workers voted to accept pay cuts.

18th June, 2014
Minister Richard Bruton: "This is an extremely tough time for the workers."

Jobs Minister Richard Bruton pledged to work with Bausch & Lomb and IDA Ireland to maximise the possibilities for expansion of the Waterford plant after workers voted to accept pay cuts.

Last night, members of the Technical Engineering and Electrical Union employed at Bausch & Lomb voted to accept the company's cost saving proposals which management has stated will secure the long-term future of the plant in Waterford. 68 TEEU members voted to accept the...

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