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Tesco in discussions over voluntary redundancies in Irish stores

Tesco said the review of its staff levels is unrelated to the accounting scandal that has plagued the company this week.

24th September, 2014
Tesco employs 15,000 people across Ireland

Up to 70 voluntary redundancies could be on the cards for Tesco’s Irish staff.

Tesco has said the review of its staff levels is unrelated to the accounting scandal that has plagued the company this week, prompting it to bring in its new chief financial officer two months earlier than planned.

The retailer admitted earlier this week that it had begun a probe into its accounting practices when it was revealed that it had...

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