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Unilever To Cut A Third Of Office Jobs In Europe: Report

Consumer goods giant Unilever plans to cut a third of all office roles in Europe by the end of next year.

Lidl Raises Minimum Starting Wage To €15 Per Hour

Lidl Raises Minimum Starting Wage To €15 Per Hour

Lidl is raising its minimum starting wage to €15 per hour, effective 1 September 2024. It is 20% above the current statutory minimum wage

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Wexford Food Producers Highlight Challenging Landscape In AGM

The Wexford Food Producers Network CLG addressed the rising costs of running a company and new food safety regulations at its AGM last week.

Ivory Coast Regulator Suspends Bean Purchases In June

Ivory Coast Regulator Suspends Bean Purchases In June

The Ivory Coast’s cocoa regulator has suspended purchase and export of cocoa beans for the month of June, sources said on Thursday.

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