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# work - Today’s News

From Business ETC Intel workers are being lined up for 'separation programmes' Work

Intel workers are being lined up for 'separation programmes'

One-on-one meetings about cuts to the company’s Irish operations are underway today.

From Business ETC Bosses beware, your staff are planning to leave you Work

Bosses beware, your staff are planning to leave you

More than four-fifths of all workers plan to change jobs within two years, according to a major survey.

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# work - Yesterday’s News

Public toilets over 100 years old are demolished to clear way for Luas

The facility had been in use up until the 1990s.

From Business ETC The graduate brain drain is finally slowing as the economy picks up Education

The graduate brain drain is finally slowing as the economy picks up

Those with skills in IT are in particularly high demand.

# work - Saturday 30 April, 2016

From Business ETC 15 tax-free ways to reward your employees Insights

15 tax-free ways to reward your employees

There are plenty of perks you can provide staff without the taxman getting involved.

# work - Thursday 28 April, 2016

From Business ETC Your crash course in... The Luas pay dispute Transport

Your crash course in... The Luas pay dispute

All you need to know about the ongoing talks between Transdev and Siptu.

From Business ETC Intel has confirmed it will be cutting jobs in Ireland Work

Intel has confirmed it will be cutting jobs in Ireland

The company is downsizing as it moves away from making hardware and towards cloud computing.

# work - Tuesday 26 April, 2016

The deals that led to the Clerys closure 'should be illegal'

But a government report has stopped short of calling for any changes to company law.

From Business ETC The deals that caused Clerys' closure 'should be illegal' Policy

The deals that caused Clerys' closure 'should be illegal'

But a government report has stopped short of calling for any changes to company law.

From Business ETC The Collison brothers' Stripe is trying to recruit whole teams at once Work

The Collison brothers' Stripe is trying to recruit whole teams at once

The billion-dollar payments company is calling the approach ‘an experiment’.

# work - Monday 25 April, 2016

From Business ETC 'Startups think they're smart because of their ideas. The value is in making them reality' Insights

'Startups think they're smart because of their ideas. The value is in making them reality'

The creator of Kanban explains how to avoid the common traps teams fall into.

The problem with job interview questions about duck-sized horses

Employers should stick to questions that interrogate the candidate’s experience and deliver measurable evidence, writes careers expert Eoghan McDermott.

# work - Saturday 23 April, 2016

From Business ETC Bosses have the right to monitor their workers' messages - but there's a catch Insights

Bosses have the right to monitor their workers' messages - but there's a catch

You need to have the right policies in place and make sure employees know about them.

# work - Friday 22 April, 2016

From Business ETC Uber has sidestepped a lawsuit that could threaten its whole business model Transport

Uber has sidestepped a lawsuit that could threaten its whole business model

The world’s most-valuable VC-backed company reached a $100m settlement with drivers.

# work - Thursday 21 April, 2016

From Business ETC Ibec thinks demands for higher wages are 'ominous' Work

Ibec thinks demands for higher wages are 'ominous'

CEO Danny McCoy says the Luas dispute is an example of ‘exaggerated’ pay claims.

# work - Tuesday 19 April, 2016

From Business ETC 'You don't need a digital strategy, you need to understand the world is changing' Opinion

'You don't need a digital strategy, you need to understand the world is changing'

These are the major trends that will shape the globe in the coming years.

# work - Monday 18 April, 2016

A former waitress on the five kind of customers she (not always happily) served

Emer McGinnity offers a guide to the five categories of customers queuing up for food and drink in your local café.

# work - Sunday 17 April, 2016

Working in a North Korean-run restaurant: 'Customers touched our bodies and pressured us to drink'

For some North Koreans, brutal work abroad is better than life at home.

# work - Saturday 16 April, 2016

From Business ETC ‘I couldn't find an IT job I was excited about. The problem wasn’t them, it was me’ Insights

‘I couldn't find an IT job I was excited about. The problem wasn’t them, it was me’

Why this former IT manager traded in Amazon for her own beer-canning line.

# work - Tuesday 12 April, 2016

From Business ETC The biggest IT security risk for a company is often its own employees Insights

The biggest IT security risk for a company is often its own employees

This is how you can mitigate against some of the main dangers.

# work - Saturday 9 April, 2016

These are the biggest distractions in the workplace

Noisy co-workers and emails are major disturbances.

From Business ETC 'You have to apply the same single-mindedness to your fitness as your business' Insights

'You have to apply the same single-mindedness to your fitness as your business'

These are some of the ways you can fulfill the cliché of ‘healthy body, healthy mind’.

# work - Friday 8 April, 2016

From Business ETC These are the biggest distractions in the workplace Work

These are the biggest distractions in the workplace

Noisy co-workers and emails are major disturbances.

Struggling to cope with work? Some tips on looking after yourself (and others)

Suicide or Survive CEO Caroline McGuigan offers simple, practical advice on making your workplace a more supportive space.

# work - Wednesday 6 April, 2016

TDs vote to give themselves another 8 days off

158 TDs are back in Leinster House today to vote for a new Taoiseach.

From Business ETC These are the common pitfalls successful business leaders know to avoid Insights

These are the common pitfalls successful business leaders know to avoid

We asked some of the country’s best and brightest about the mistakes they see again and again.

From Business ETC The scary truth about pensions - it really pays to start early Work

The scary truth about pensions - it really pays to start early

Your retirement pot will halve for every decade you put off saving.

# work - Tuesday 5 April, 2016

From Business ETC Hassle's Jules Coleman on quitting her own company - and losing her 'naivety' Insights

Hassle's Jules Coleman on quitting her own company - and losing her 'naivety'

The Irish entrepreneur’s business – the ‘Hailo for cleaners’ – was bought for €32 million last year.

From Business ETC 'The self-employed act as unpaid collectors for Revenue and their reward is higher taxes' Opinion

'The self-employed act as unpaid collectors for Revenue and their reward is higher taxes'

Are the self-employed being treated unfairly? Are they how.

Going for a promotion in work? You better put in the groundwork now

If you know a vacancy is likely, 12 months down the line, you should objectively assess yourself and see have you got what it takes now.

# work - Sunday 3 April, 2016

Taxes, hospitals and crime: What expats really love and loathe about Ireland

Competition is hot for skilled staff – but what really attracts the best workers to a country?

From Business ETC Taxes, hospitals and crime: What expats really love and loathe about Ireland Work

Taxes, hospitals and crime: What expats really love and loathe about Ireland

Competition is hot for skilled staff – but what really attracts the best workers to a country?

# work - Saturday 2 April, 2016

From Business ETC ‘Dyslexia helped me look outside the box. It’s a massive part of where I am today’ Insights

‘Dyslexia helped me look outside the box. It’s a massive part of where I am today’

But back when she was in school, this tech founder kept wondering what was wrong with her.

# work - Friday 1 April, 2016

Cash for referrals, headhunting expats and a ‘crash pad’: Hiring Web Summit-style

Web Summit CEO Paddy Cosgrave on his top ten rules for recruiting.

From Business ETC Fewer jobs are being saved through this court process and that’s a good thing Economy

Fewer jobs are being saved through this court process and that’s a good thing

The number of jobs rescued through examinership has plunged.

From Business ETC Why you should stop using voicemail – and other essential productivity tips Insights

Why you should stop using voicemail – and other essential productivity tips

Here are some ways to make the most of your time.

From Business ETC Cash for referrals, headhunting expats and a 'crash pad': Hiring Web Summit-style Insights

Cash for referrals, headhunting expats and a 'crash pad': Hiring Web Summit-style

‘Apparently you’re supposed to sell the dream, but I prefer to explain the risk.’

# work - Wednesday 30 March, 2016

What Irish entrepreneurs can learn from an ex-Navy Seal

Former commander Curt Cronin shares leadership advice from his time in the elite force.

From Business ETC ‘If you haven’t faced discrimination as a woman, you haven’t worked’ Startups

‘If you haven’t faced discrimination as a woman, you haven’t worked’

Four female Irish business leaders share their experiences of gender bias.

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