January 25, 2024
Viberoptix must retain as many staff as possible – Dillon 

Sinn Féin MLA Linda Dillon has said it is essential that Coalisland based fibre network company Viberoptix fully and constructively engages with its workforce in any potential redundancy negotiations.

The Mid Ulster MLA said:

“The roll out of Project Stratum has dramatically changed the broadband connectivity of the rural community and the workforce of Viberoptix were central to the delivery of that.

“As that funded contract comes to an end it is important the company looks at how the workforce can be engaged in other roles within the company.

“The recent storms have caused significant damage to electricity and telephone/broadband lines. It is vital that the company can respond to such events without delays for customers.”

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