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State and unions set for clash on jobs outsourcing

The government is set for a battle with unions over plans to outsource public sector jobs to the private sector.

2nd March, 2014
The CSO is looking at giving a contract to a call centre to carry out telephone interviews Picture: Thinkstock

The government is set for a battle with unions over plans to outsource public sector jobs to the private sector.

The Sunday Business Post has learned that several projects are in the pipeline following a briefing to cabinet by Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin last week.

They include:

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