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Job fears delay plans to transfer council workers to Irish Water

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy set a deadline for transferring thousands of council water service workers into Irish Water by the end of next month

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
27th January, 2019

The government’s plans to transfer thousands of council water service workers to Irish Water are in jeopardy due to continued fears about job security.

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy set a deadline for transferring thousands of council water service workers into Irish Water by the end of next month.

But The Sunday Business Post has learned that no talks have taken place at the Workplace Relations Commission about bringing the staff from 31...

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