Private job agencies make submissions to Burton

Several Irish and British recruitment companies have made presentations to the Department of Social Protection seeking to win potentially lucrative contracts to place people currently unemployed in jobs.

15th October, 2011
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Several Irish and British recruitment companies have made presentations to the Department of Social Protection seeking to win potentially lucrative contracts to place people currently unemployed in jobs.

The approaches to the department come as Joan Burton, the Minister for Social Protection, examines several options for new schemes to get people back into the workplace.

Burton appears not to have ruled out the possibility of using private recruitment companies to place people.

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