Wednesday September 23, 2020

Teva unions look for increased redundancy payments

Unions at the Teva Pharmaceuticals plant in Waterford will meet company management this week in an effort to maximise redundancy payments for 315 staff who are losing their jobs.

5th September, 2009

Unions at the Teva Pharmaceuticals plant in Waterford will meet company management this week in an effort to maximise redundancy payments for 315 staff who are losing their jobs.

The company announced the cuts last Friday from its total staff of about 700 people. Siptu branch organiser Marie Butler said that the union, which has 650 members at the plant, would seek redundancy packages in excess of what was being mooted by management. Teva said it...

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