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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Job Cuts

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Diageo to cease operations at Waterford brewery
Twenty-one jobs will be lost.
130 jobs to go in Alkermes' Athlone facility
The company said the decision was made following a reduction in demand for certain pharmaceutical products.
Avon Cosmetics ceases trading in Ireland, cuts 400 jobs
The company said today that the job cuts equate to about 1 per cent of Avon’s 39,100 employees.
Plans to cut another 9,500 public jobs are 'too costly', says Troika
A leaked European Commission report raises questions over Brendan Howlin’s plans to further downsize the public sector.
Liberty Insurance to cut 285 jobs
The company that took over from Quinn Insurance will make 140 redundancies in Dublin, 75 in Cavan, and 70 in Enniskillen.
Up to 16 jobs at risk as Clerys branch closes
Clerys Home Furnishings store set to close in a fortnight.
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Jay Leno takes pay cut in bid to save Tonight Show jobs
NBC Universal programme laid off about two dozens workers on Friday in move to cut costs.
HP Ireland: job losses will impact 'every business and region'
But there is no specific details for the 4,000 people currently employed at HP Ireland.
HP to cut 27,000 jobs from global workforce by late 2014
Company spokesperson told the BBC that it’s too early to say where exactly cuts will be made.
Ulster Bank to cut 600 jobs in the Republic
The bank will shed 950 jobs in its Irish operation – North and South of the border.
Hundreds of job losses expected at Ulster Bank
There are fears that more than 500 staff could be axed at the Irish arm of the UK-owned bank.
Public service reform plans are 'weak' and 'wrong' says opposition
The government has been criticised for proposing to cut 23,500 jobs in the public sector over the next four years.
Government to unveil public service reform plans
The public service reforms to be announced will see less of a reduction in staff numbers in the public sector than had been pledged in the programme for government.
Aviva staff to meet management amid fears for hundreds of jobs
Meetings have been called for 10am tomorrow as speculation grows that the company will announce redundancies.
Anglo begins talks with unions on 130 job cuts
The bank said it hopes to encourage voluntary redundancies, but will lay off staff if targets are not met.
Huge job cuts on the way at HSBC - 700 are employed in Ireland
Europe’s largest bank is planning to cut 30,000 jobs worldwide by the end of 2013. It has declined to pinpoint where the job losses will be.
130 jobs lost at GlaxoSmithKline plant in Dungarvan
Several hundred of the Waterford-based plant’s workers were called to an urgent meeting today over facility’s future.
RTÉ to shed up to 60 jobs because of 'financial situation'
The national broadcaster has announced the news following a meeting with trade union this morning.
AIB chief warns restructuring will bring lay-offs
Bank’s chief executive told staff today that bank would prefer voluntary redundancies.
'Shocked', 'A rash decision': staff reaction to closure of Irish Daily Star Sunday
Full-time employees of closed newspaper to hear full details of their redundancies tomorrow – while a number of full-time freelancers also lose work.
Star Sunday shuts with loss of 17 jobs
Kerry Airport to shed one-third of workforce
Calls for task force to explore future of regional airports as 20 out of 65 employees face redunancies.
GSK denies timing Apprentice appearance to clash with job cuts
GlaxoSmithKline denies timing jobs cuts with positive promotion of the company on TV3′s The Apprentice.
'Twitterversy' over Sunday Times jobs cuts