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Irish Times plans 15 redundancies as it moves resources to digital

Title to offer permanent positions to some on part-time and casual contracts

27th November, 2016
Irish Times head office on Tara Street in Dublin Pic: Twitter.com

The Irish Times is to seek redundancies in a bid to cut its costs. The newspaper will accept up to 15 voluntary redundancies, according to chief executive Liam Kavanagh.

However, it will also offer permanent positions to some people working in the production department on part-time and casual contracts, he said.

After what he described as a “hard start to the year”, Kavanagh said the environment had stabilised.

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