O2 Ireland Plans to Relocate 450 Jobs as Part of Outsourcing Deals

October 2007
GlobalSourcingNOW;10/15/2007, p1
The article reports on the plan of O2 Ireland, a mobile telecommunication operator, to outsource its technology functions. The company strikes outsourcing deals with IBM and Ericsson. The move will reduce O2 Ireland's staff size to 1,200, displacing 450 jobs. The affected employees will be transferred to selected vendors under Transfer of Undertakings, Protection of Employment Regulations (TUPE) legislation.


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