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Danish pharmaceutical firm is planning to lay off workers

Leo Pharma, a Danish pharmaceutical firm that employs more than 300 people in Ireland, plans to lay off staff to cut costs.

21st March, 2009

Leo Pharma, a Danish pharmaceutical firm that employs more than 300 people in Ireland, plans to lay off staff to cut costs.

Changes will also be made to work practices at the Irish operations, after management came under ‘‘significant pressure’’ from their parent company to reduce costs to ensure the sustainability of the plant in Dublin.

The disclosures are contained in pleadings by Leo Pharma to the Labour Court, arising from a...

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