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Redundancy plan for public workers may be considered

The government is likely to consider a redundancy programme for workers in the public sector as it struggles to control the public sector pay bill.

2nd August, 2008

The government is likely to consider a redundancy programme for workers in the public sector as it struggles to control the public sector pay bill.

Officials in the Health Service Executive, the Department of Health and the Department of Finance are working on a programme to reduce administrative staff numbers in the health service. It is likely that the scheme will be extended into the broader public sector, according to highly-placed sources.

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