Randox bids for career break returners

Diagnostics manufacturer expects its numbers to increase by 20 per cent in the next two years

18th June, 2017
First Minister the Rt. Hon. Peter D. Robinson MLA and the deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness MLA are pictured with Managing Director of Randox, Dr Peter FitzGerald, after announcing that the global diagnostics is to create 540 quality jobs over four years back in 2015

Antrim-based medical diagnostics manufacturer Randox has launched a programme to encourage people to return to work as it plans to further increase its 1,400-strong workforce.

One of the biggest employers in Northern Ireland, Randox expects its numbers to increase by 20 per cent in the next two years, according to its head of human resources, Linda Magee.

“In the past two years our growth has been at about 15 per cent and that is certainly set...

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