Irish Firm Creates 260 Jobs In Co Cork

Two hundred and sixty jobs are to be created in Cork by Irish-owned company, SouthWestern.

The firm, which provides health claims administration, debt collection and help desk services, will create 100 jobs immediately, with an additional 160 jobs to follow over the next two years.

The jobs announcement comes as the company opens its new offices at Little Island, Co Cork, on Monday.


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