Tech firms brings more jobs to Limerick

| September 8, 2017


100 NEW jobs are to be created in Limerick when Indian tech firm HCL Technologies opens a new call centre at the former Eircom building in the city centre.

The firm, with a multi-million euro annual turnover, provides digital computer assistance to a number of large multinationals as well as to Eir.

The firm is in the process of recruiting and starting 30 staff to operate its service and has planned to recruit a further 70 ver the next six months.


Turas Nua, a Department of Social Protection agency that delivers the JobPath scheme to jobseekers, assisted the firm in its early stage recruitment.

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