C&C told to pay staff more in layoff row

The Labour Court made the order after a lengthy dispute between workers and the company over the terms of a redundancy offer

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
2nd July, 2017

The Labour Court has instructed Irish drinks company C&C to make redundancy payments of more than €80,000 to some of the workers at a bottling plant in Tipperary.

The Labour Court made the order after a lengthy dispute between workers and the company over the terms of a redundancy offer it made to workers laid off as part of a major restructuring of the firm in 2016.

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