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Friday, January 29, 2010

ACHIEVE The GOALS YOU REALLY WANT


STEPS TO EXCELLENCE FOR PERSONAL SUCCESS



And now for A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR MEMBERS!!! This is the opportunity of taking part in a Personal Development Course in beautiful Adare. It's called S.T.E.P.S.(Steps To Excellence for Personal Success).

AND ALL THIS FOR FREE. You better believe it FREE FREE FREE!!!

The first ten members of the Dell Redundant Workers Association to make contact with Tom O' Keefe at: 0876732071 will be given the opportunity to sign up with him for this unique Program which promises to help you meet the challenges and changes in your life. Tom will fill you in on the Three Phase Program. All resources required will be provided to you.
Link: Achieve Your Goals through Personal Development

BEST OF LUCK. Remember: "TODAY IS THE FIRST DAY OF THE REST OF YOUR LIFE"

We welcome your comments.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

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Here is an opportunity to study your Junior or Leaving Certificate Examination at Limerick City Adult Education Service(VTOS) in a friendly atmosphere. This is an ideal place in which to challenge yourself and discover you latent abilities. You will find all the help you require to bring you to the next level.

VTOS - Sexton Street Limerick

VTOS Map

THE GREAT RACE.

With regard to the FAS invitation to the South Court on 11/12 February, we would suggest that instead of committing yourself to any of the courses offered, you might consider an alternative course which would be more suitable to your needs. Some of the private colleges are quite flexible in their approach. We have been speaking directly to some of these private colleges to are prepared

However as we already have pointed there seems to be some confusion as to effect on benefits for someone attending one of these colleges. The FUND was created especially for YOU. In this respect your are in the driving seat or that is as is meant to be. As of now a number of private colleges have taken on many of our members.

We are  very concerned that even at this late stage the criteria as to entitlement has not been established in writing. Or at least we have not seen a copy of these criteria.

YOU are your own Master. YOU are entitled to choose your own career. No one can take that right from you. REMEMBER the European Global Fund in YOURS.

You have a unique opportunity to mark your own mark. Lets grab the reins and enter THE GREAT RACE together.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Know Your Tax Consultancy Offer.

www.knowyourtax.ie. Is offering free consultancy for Dell workers, local practice. Check out the webiste for tax tips and FAQ's. You paid it, you deserve it!

Update: 27/01- Further questions and answers have been added to the FAQ section.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Claiming from the Fund

Invitation to the South Court on 11/12th February! There seems to be some confusion as to the type of college which may be used for the purpose of training/education. Private colleges and public colleges, ever though they may perform the same function, are being treated differently. Surely it is only logical that the workers involved should at least have some input at to their choice of college to which they would like to attend. Your Association is pursuing this as a matter of urgency. You will be hearing from us.

We invite comments on this and maybe start a conversation!!!

Foxconn take over Dell operation in Lodz Poland

It does not seem to be generally known that Dell has handed over it's operation in Lodz Poland. This intention is that Foxconn would supply Dell from this plant. Dell has further said that its remaining 2,000-strong Irish workforce, which it said are engaged in a range of strategic functions, will not be affected by the transaction. This report has been culled from SiliconRepublic.comRead on

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Translate Site To POLISH Etc

The link "Translate DELLRWA to your language" is to be found on the left side in HELPFUL LINKS

We cannot guarantee the accuracy of any translation using the above service.

Friday, January 22, 2010

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Minister to meet Workers Representatives in Limerick the week after next.

Minister for Labour Affairs, Mr. Dara Calleary, T.D. today (Friday 22 January 2010) confirmed that FAS has contacted all of the redundant workers from the DELL computer manufacturing plant at Raheen, Co. Limerick and at ancillary enterprises in the Mid West region to inform them of the supports being offered with the assistance of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF).Read on

Thursday, January 21, 2010

LETS HEAR FROM YOU

We would be delighted to hear especially from our members. If you have any comments to make which might lead to a better web experience let's hear from you. Appropriate articles would also be welcome for inclusion in the site.

There must be some would be journalists ot there among you. Now's your chance. Appropriate images/short videos would also be welcome.

Here's your opportunity to get involved.

We are very excited about the prospect of the Fund Allocation. We are anxious that everybody would benefit and nobody would be left out in the cold.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Our Temporary FAX Number.

You can make contact with us at our temporary FAX No: 061310059

Great Interest In Our Website

It seems that GOOGLE is following us closely. In a search "dell redundant workers association" we feature in the Top Ten of a possible 129,000 results. We thank you for your support and we will continue to update you with the latest developments.

Your website has succeeded in gaining a Top Spot in Google

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Latest Press Release from:
The Dept of Trade, Enterprise and Employment

Minister for Labour Affairs, Mr. Dara Calleary, T.D. last Friday 8 January 2010 outined details for implementation of EGF funding for redundant DELL Workers read on

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Office Hours Update

Due to the bad weather The Committee had considered not attending office in Griffith College, Upper William until Friday morning next. However we are delighted to announce that the office will be opened as usual. We look forward to meeting with you then. In the meantime keep safe in this very cold weather.

Friday, January 8, 2010

EX-DELL WORKERS MARK FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1900 JOB LOSSES 08 January 2010

DELL EMF3 Raheen Limerick



EX-DELL WORKERS MARK FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF ANNOUNCEMENT OF 1900's JOB LOSSES
08 January 2010

Around one thousand former employees of Dell and it's ancillary companies have registered with the Dell Redundant Workers Association which was formed just over a month ago.

The Association seeks to inform workers of the benefits available under the €23m EU Globalisation Fund and have set up an office at Griffith College on Upper William Street.

They hope to have 2,000 people registered by the end of the month.

Money from the fund is expected to be available in around two weeks time and the committee are expecting a meeting with An Tainaiste Mary Coughlan in the coming days to discuss its distribution.

Today marks the first anniverary of the announcement by the computer giant that it was ceasing manufacturing at it's Raheen plant with the loss of 1900 jobs.

Former employee and Association chairman Denis Ryan hopes to have a better 2010.

For Audio go to: Live95FM

Dell Redundant Workers Association

King John's Castle, Limerick


You are invited to be part of a revolutionary process in Limerick. Since DELL Computers closed with the loss of 2000 jobs and many more ancillary workers. Among the companies affected were Banta, Sercom Solutions and IEC. Of course the counties of Limerick, Kerry, Clare, Tipperary and Galway were in the loop also.

There is a fund of €23,000,000 of a Globalisation Fund set aside by Europe to help the workers affected. It is hoped that workers would either set up their own businesses or go back to education or both. The Minister For Enterprise And Employment Mary Coughlan has the responsibility of seeing that the Fund is administered.

Here's hoping that 2010 will see an improvement in at least some people lives. Limerick has come back from the brink before and we will do it again.

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