Government to seek EU aid for Talk Talk workers

The Government is to make an application for European funding to help assist Talk Talk workers in Waterford.

10th October, 2011

The Government is to make an application for co-financing from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help assist the workers who are being made redundant as a result of the closure of the Talk Talk facility in Waterford.

Consultations regarding the feasibility of submitting an application have taken place between Enterprise Minister John Bruton, the State industrial development agencies, the company itself and other relevant employment support bodies since the announcement of the proposed...

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