Dealz Creates 80 New Jobs

Dealz has announced it is to create 80 new jobs in Ireland.

The roles will be creates across three new stores.

The discount retailer opened its two newest premises today in Mallow and Navan, and has said another store will open in Athy, Co Kildare, next week.

The company employs just under 1,000 people in Ireland.


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