Articles tagged with: Bose

FINDING REPLACEMENT INDUSTRY FOR BOSE PLANT IS “VERY HIGH PRIORITY”, MINISTER INFORMS CO COUNCIL

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10 Jul 2015 Comments Off on FINDING REPLACEMENT INDUSTRY FOR BOSE PLANT IS “VERY HIGH PRIORITY”, MINISTER INFORMS CO COUNCIL

PETER HUGHES Finding a replacement industry for the recently closed Bose plant in Carrickmacross was “a very high priority”, a letter sent from the Dept of Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton informed Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council. Minister Bruton’s commitment to bringing alternative employment to the South Monaghan town didn’t spare his letter from criticism, with Sinn Féin’s Colm Carthy ironically welcoming what he regarded as a belated response on the issue, and Robbie Gallagher (Fianna Fáil) taking the Minister to task for appearing to claim credit for ...

CLOCKING OUT AT BOSE

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29 May 2015 Comments Off on CLOCKING OUT AT BOSE
CLOCKING OUT AT BOSE

Michael Fisher Workers at the Bose factory in Carrickmacross are clocking out for the last time today (Thursday), bringing to an end a proud history of 37 years of manufacturing high quality sound systems. The multinational company unexpectedly announced in January they would be closing the plant in April, with a loss of 140 jobs. Following representations to the management at their headquarters in the USA, the timeline was extended until the end of May. Despite attempts by the IDA and Enterprise Ireland to find a suitable replacement, no new investor has ...

CO COUNCIL BEING KEPT IN THE DARK OVER GOVERNMENT ACTION TO REPLACE BOSE JOBS – COLR CARTHY

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14 May 2015 Comments Off on CO COUNCIL BEING KEPT IN THE DARK OVER GOVERNMENT ACTION TO REPLACE BOSE JOBS – COLR CARTHY

“140 full-time jobs are going from the town and people have the right to know what the Government is doing to help,” Sinn Féin’s Colm Carthy stated at Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council in relation to the pending closure of the Bose factory in Carrickmacross. Colr Carthy dismissed as “a generic response” a letter from the private secretary of Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD responding to Co Council representations on the closure of the Bose facility. This merely stated …

BOSE WORKERS ACCEPT REDUNDANCY PROPOSALS

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28 Feb 2015 Comments Off on BOSE WORKERS ACCEPT REDUNDANCY PROPOSALS
BOSE WORKERS ACCEPT REDUNDANCY PROPOSALS

Union members at the Bose factory in Carrickmacross, due to be closed at the end of May with the loss of 140 jobs, have voted overwhelmingly in favour of redundancy proposals negotiated by their representatives. SIPTU Industrial Organiser Jim Mc Veigh welcomed the result of the ballot saying: “We negotiated what we considered to be a fair and reasonable redundancy package. We recommended the proposals to our members and they have voted overwhelmingly in favour of the package. SIPTU will be continuing discussions with the company, the government and the IDA, ...