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Thread: Need A Job ? - Revenue Gets Green Light To Fill 2,000 Vacancies.

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    Default Need A Job ? - Revenue Gets Green Light To Fill 2,000 Vacancies.

    Would just like to point out, that whilst the SB headline states 2000 jobs, the text states 200.

    If you are looking for work, Revenue is looking for you.

    It's amazing how high unemployment can create more jobs for Revenue.

    The Revenue Commissioners have received Government approval, to break the ban on hiring in the public sector, to fill up to 200 vacancies.
    Revenue are working out details of the new recruitment drive after clearance from the DOF.

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    Revenue gets green light to fill 2,000 vacancies | The Post
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    200 seems likelier. If there were 2000 vacancies, they'd not be functional. It'd be sort of nice to work alongside me bro, and I'd get more most surely.

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    I don't know if I could go back into the public sector, for one I certainly wouldn't be striking with them would be fun to skip pass their picket line though!
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    You'd have so much time for shopping or bird watching when they strike. Notice the Tuesday or Thursday strike days. Do a sickie and long weekend ftw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunno View Post
    You'd have so much time for shopping or bird watching when they strike. Notice the Tuesday or Thursday strike days. Do a sickie and long weekend ftw.
    no need for a sickie I'd just work up my hours for a privilage day
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    Pity the ban is immovable in sectors such as Speech Therapy, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfás View Post
    Pity the ban is immovable in sectors such as Speech Therapy, eh?
    I think i'd rather more people working in revenue- after all you need those taxes to provide for services that are available in the private market
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    Quote Originally Posted by pd_phoenix View Post
    no need for a sickie I'd just work up my hours for a privilage day
    Hmm, that's indeed right. The Civil Service has gone on strike very rarely. No for them to do so.

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    What a load of rubbish.

    Ideal opportunity to redeploy existing staff in other non optimized areas of the CS, reduce bloated headcount, save money and even improve:remodel/improve efficiency in the revenue dept.

    But instead the government decides to replace existing staff, wasn't the idea of early retirement to reduce headcount and save money ?.

    Someone please tell me this is a just a PR release and will not happen in reality !!!!.

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