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From Business ETC A third of staff admit to staying late just so their boss thinks they work hard Work

A third of staff admit to staying late just so their boss thinks they work hard

The majority of Irish employees have faked how much work they have to keep their bosses happy.

# work - Tuesday 6 December, 2016

12-month J1 visas will still be around for another three years at least

There had been questions over whether the agreement would be terminated.

# work - Wednesday 30 November, 2016

From Business ETC Skilled Irish professionals can now 'pick and choose' work and push for higher salaries Work

Skilled Irish professionals can now 'pick and choose' work and push for higher salaries

A new study from recruitment company Hays found many employers are finding it hard to find good staff.

# work - Tuesday 29 November, 2016

From Business ETC Cork-based Voxpro to employ 2,000 in Ireland after another huge hiring drive Services

Cork-based Voxpro to employ 2,000 in Ireland after another huge hiring drive

The call-centre firm plans to recruit another 400 people, while LinkedIn is hiring 200 staff in Dublin.

# work - Monday 28 November, 2016

From Business ETC Ireland backs EU proposal to stop companies gouging shoppers based on location Policy

Ireland backs EU proposal to stop companies gouging shoppers based on location

Geo-blocking allows websites to charge different prices based on a consumer’s country.

# work - Sunday 27 November, 2016

The single most important thing you can do to negotiate better deals

Negotiation skills aren’t just for high-level diplomats or CEOs – we rely on them for many daily interactions.

# work - Saturday 26 November, 2016

Dublin ranks as one of Europe's best startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure

The Irish capital placed in the top 10 for both new and fast-growing businesses.

# work - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

From Business ETC The single most important thing you can do to negotiate better deals Insights

The single most important thing you can do to negotiate better deals

Negotiation skills aren’t just for high-level diplomats or CEOs – we rely on them for many daily interactions.

# work - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery

More people are joining the workforce as the number in jobs tops 2 million.

From Business ETC Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery Work

Employment hits a post-crash high amid some 'worrying signs' for Ireland's ongoing recovery

More people are joining the workforce as the number in jobs tops 2 million.

# work - Monday 21 November, 2016

From Business ETC Dublin ranked one of Europe's top startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure Startups

Dublin ranked one of Europe's top startup hubs - with some of the worst digital infrastructure

The Irish capital placed in the top 10 for both new and fast-growing businesses.

# work - Saturday 19 November, 2016

CityJet's boss says striking pilots' union is 'a pain in my backside'

The Dublin-based airline is locked in a dispute with pilots represented by the Unite.

From Business ETC CityJet's boss says striking pilots' union is 'a pain in my backside' Work

CityJet's boss says striking pilots' union is 'a pain in my backside'

The Dublin-based airline is locked in a dispute with pilots represented by the Unite.

Lots of Irish family companies don't know what to do if their business causes a feud

A new study has found that companies here are finding it hard to innovate and take risks.

# work - Friday 18 November, 2016

From Business ETC A recruitment startup that hunts engineers 'anywhere but LinkedIn' has raised €400k Funding

A recruitment startup that hunts engineers 'anywhere but LinkedIn' has raised €400k

Mustard’s pre-seed funding will be spent on hiring more staff.

From Business ETC Ireland had the third-biggest spike in job searches from the US after Trump's victory Work

Ireland had the third-biggest spike in job searches from the US after Trump's victory

The increase was greater in counties that voted for Clinton over the now president-elect.

From Business ETC Taxback wants to take its Irish partnership with Airbnb international Finance

Taxback wants to take its Irish partnership with Airbnb international

Founder Terry Clune also said he may spin off parts of the firm, which employs nearly 1,000.

# work - Thursday 17 November, 2016

Up to 40 pilots at Dublin Airport are going on strike from next week

Irish airline CityJet flies to several European cities, including London, Paris and Florence.

From Business ETC CityJet pilots are going on strike starting next week Transport

CityJet pilots are going on strike starting next week

Union members are planning 13 strike days after a row with the Dublin airline over issues including pay.

Irish women with MBAs earn €33,500 less than men with the same qualifications

Overall the gender pay gap for women in the workforce stands at 20%.

From Business ETC Irish women with MBAs earn €33,500 less than men with the same qualifications Work

Irish women with MBAs earn €33,500 less than men with the same qualifications

Overall the gender pay gap for women in the workforce stands at 20%.

# work - Wednesday 16 November, 2016

From Business ETC The boardroom meeting as you know it is dying - and the table is getting the chop too Work

The boardroom meeting as you know it is dying - and the table is getting the chop too

Dublin designer Darragh Breathnach has reimagined the age-old piece of office furniture.

From Business ETC 'Facebook set up their first Irish office with us. We even started a restaurant for them' Work

'Facebook set up their first Irish office with us. We even started a restaurant for them'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile office rental company Glandore.

From Business ETC 'This is the time of year when women effectively start working for free. That needs to change' Work

'This is the time of year when women effectively start working for free. That needs to change'

The gender pay gap in Ireland currently stands at around 14%.

# work - Tuesday 15 November, 2016

From Business ETC Now it's the private sector: Unions demand 4% pay increase for all members Policy

Now it's the private sector: Unions demand 4% pay increase for all members

Pressure is mounting on the government to put an end to the existing public pay row.

From Business ETC Lots of Irish family companies don't know what to do if their business causes a feud Work

Lots of Irish family companies don't know what to do if their business causes a feud

A new study has found that companies here are finding it hard to innovate and take risks.

# work - Monday 14 November, 2016

CityJet pilots vote for strike and warn they will ground airline before Christmas

However, the Dublin-based company has said that there will be no disruption to flights.

From Business ETC CityJet pilots vote for strike and warn they will ground airline before Christmas Transport

CityJet pilots vote for strike and warn they will ground airline before Christmas

However, the Dublin-based company has said that there will be no disruption to flights.

# work - Sunday 13 November, 2016

'Irish grads are attracted to glossy multinationals, but they should look at local companies'

DCU psychology professor Finian Buckley said smaller Irish firms are frustrated by the difficulty of attracting new hires.

# work - Saturday 12 November, 2016

Your crash course in... Why businesses are so worried about public sector pay increases

Business lobby groups have said public sector demands are ‘at odds’ with what is affordable.

# work - Thursday 10 November, 2016

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Why businesses are so worried about public sector pay increases Policy

Your crash course in... Why businesses are so worried about public sector pay increases

Business lobby groups have said public sector demands are ‘at odds’ with what is affordable.

From Business ETC Firms have to offer 'reasonable accommodation' to disabled staff - but what does that mean? Insights

Firms have to offer 'reasonable accommodation' to disabled staff - but what does that mean?

One employee with epilepsy received a €15,000 payout after a company failed to take the right steps.

From Business ETC Half of Ireland's tech workers think their skills will be obsolete in a decade Work

Half of Ireland's tech workers think their skills will be obsolete in a decade

But IT professionals continue to be in hot demand with most fielding headhunting calls several times a year.

# work - Wednesday 9 November, 2016

From Business ETC 'Irish grads are attracted to glossy multinationals, but they should look at local companies' Work

'Irish grads are attracted to glossy multinationals, but they should look at local companies'

DCU psychology professor Finian Buckley said smaller Irish firms are frustrated by the difficulty of attracting new hires.

# work - Monday 7 November, 2016

From Business ETC Poll: Should public-sector pay increases be benchmarked against private-sector wages? Work This post contains a poll

Poll: Should public-sector pay increases be benchmarked against private-sector wages?

Business lobby groups have said unions’ pay claims are “at odds with the current economic reality”.

# work - Sunday 6 November, 2016

'Housing isn't just a Dublin issue, it's the same in Cork and Galway'

That’s according to Anne Heraty, the founder of recruiter CPL and the president of business group Ibec.

# work - Saturday 5 November, 2016

From Business ETC A prestigious acting school is teaching business people how to give memorable 'performances' Work

A prestigious acting school is teaching business people how to give memorable 'performances'

The Lir at Work is using stage acting to teach executives to be better communicators.

# work - Friday 4 November, 2016

From Business ETC 'I almost had a panic attack on a flight to Dublin. I just knew I had to close my company' Insights

'I almost had a panic attack on a flight to Dublin. I just knew I had to close my company'

This founder left a six-figure job to set up his startup but after he sacrificed so much he had to shut it down.

From Business ETC People around the world see Dublin as 'financially stable' according to a global reputations tracker Work

People around the world see Dublin as 'financially stable' according to a global reputations tracker

The city inched into the top 20 in the annual ‘City RepTrak’ survey.

# work - Tuesday 1 November, 2016

From Business ETC A global index says Ireland's pension system is good, but not sustainable Policy

A global index says Ireland's pension system is good, but not sustainable

Heavy reliance on state support is taking a toll on Ireland’s pensions system.

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