Newspaper publisher in move to permanent home working
Majority of staff at Reach, which owns the Irish Mirror, the Irish Daily Star and several regional titles, will continue to work remotely after the pandemic
Reach, the UK publisher which owns the Irish Mirror, the Irish Daily Star and RSVP as well as a string of regional and online publications, will close two of its main Irish offices as part of a move towards permanent home working.
The company, which has 200 employees across the island of Ireland, plans to close its Irish Mirror office at Park West Industrial Park in Dublin. It will move to a new “hub” at...
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