Aviva Ireland faces strike threat over redundancies


According to the Irish Examiner, nine out of ten workers with Unite also vowed to walk out if staff were made to relocate without consultations.

Aviva announced plans two weeks ago to halve its workforce in Ireland and potentially outsource another 300 posts.

The trade union said that workers had not yet been consulted on the reductions or made aware which areas are at risk.

It is expected 770 people at Aviva Ireland will lose their jobs as well as 180 from Aviva Europe, which is also based in

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