31/08/2016

Call For Caterpillar To 'Keep Workers Up To Date' Over Jobs

Sinn Fein has called on Caterpillar in Northern Ireland to keep all employees up to date on the company's future.

West Belfast MP Paul Maskey made the call as workers face uncertainty over their jobs and an announcement is expected to be made later this week.

Mr Maskey said: "Uncertainty over the future of Caterpillar's operations in the North will be no doubt distressing for workers and their families. 
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"Staff have been told to expect an announcement later in the week and there has been much speculation about what it will entail. 

"It is vitally important that management at Caterpillar keep all employees up to date with the latest information as soon as possible." 

(CD)

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