Sunday May 31, 2020

Maximum Media cuts jobs as part of ‘business normalisation’

Nine roles go across journalism and sales at publisher of Joe.ie and Her.ie

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
30th January, 2020
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Joe.ie publisher Maximum Media has cut a number of roles after making a €1 million loss in 2018.

It is understood that nine roles were made redundant yesterday across journalism and sales. Other employees were informed of the cuts today.

Maximum’s 2017 accounts show that it employed 76 people in Ireland but it has been reported that the number has grown to about 100 in Dublin. It also employs about 60 staff in London as...

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