- Jun 4, 2010
So what do the PULs think of this strange story?
nope, 13%, from a company that in recent history had a 3% of workers who were Catholic, and advertised as a "Christian Company with a Christian Ethos" when looking for new employees.As someone who actually lives in Ballymena, I would like to correct a few things, One ,20% of the workforce of Wrightbus is Catholic
According to the EC monitoring return, more than 20% of the workforce is Catholic.
No, the first time I interrogated this site, it seems that enequality is endemic on all sides.13.7% in 2017
Do you have more up to date figures?
Lets be honest here, when the equality commission pointed out Wright's 3% figure the DUP's response was to call for the disbandment of the equality commission.I go with the 3% percent, at one time that was the case, factually there has been no prosecutions for under equality legislation as regards religion, if you can verify the figures through the FEA I will accept, I find it hard to understand that Dublin Corporation would order buses, the Shinners on said the said body would miss an open goal.ps Aiteal thanks for a grown up discussion, and points made in a mature fashion.