No compulsory job losses after abolition of HSE

There will be no compulsory redundancies as a result of the abolition of the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Department of Health has confirmed.

21st July, 2012

There will be no compulsory redundancies as a result of the abolition of the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Department of Health has confirmed.

Current HSE management may see their jobs being abolished, but a spokesman for the health minister James Reilly confirmed that there was no provision for any redundancies under the plans.

Plans for any voluntary redundancy and recruitment of new senior management will have to be agreed with the Department of Public...

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