Dell money must not be eaten in administration

first_imgTwitter Previous article‘Yes’ to rate drop and ‘no’ to service chargesNext articleDeath of missionary priest, Father Aengus Finucane admin A MEETING to discuss the administration of the recently announced 15 million euro payment for redundant Dell workers, has been arranged by the Labour MEP for Munster, Alan Kelly.The meeting will also include officials from the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up He said the purpose is to examine how exactly the fund will be administered and to clarify the benefits it will bring to the former plant workers.“It is hoped that Dell workers can be represented on any committee that is administering the fund and it is important to remember that the money is not yet cleared by the European Parliament and the Council, but I expect it to be and will be lobbying to ensure it is,” he said.Emphasising that the money must be used for the benefit of the workers in areas of retraining and re-education, the MEP cautioned against it being “eaten up in administration”.Commenting on the importance of the fund for the Mid West region, Mr Kelly said the region is currently on its knees and it is vital to make the very most of every single cent from the fund. NewsLocal NewsDell money must not be eaten in administrationBy admin – October 8, 2009 727 Advertisement WhatsAppcenter_img Linkedin Print Email Facebooklast_img read more

Judging quality in science. (Editorial)

first_imgThe joint inspection report by Australia, Peru and the United Kingdom, presented at the last ATCM in Stockholm, contained an unusual recommendation. On the basis of the science that they had seen at the research stations the inspection team had concluded that there was both very good science and very poor science being undertaken. They apparently believed that this pattern was probably true of the whole continent but needed a more expert examination. Their recommendation was that SCAR should undertake an in situ assessment of all scientific research in the Antarctic.last_img