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From Business ETC A bookkeeper who was 'retired' at 66 wins €12,000 for age discrimination Work

A bookkeeper who was 'retired' at 66 wins €12,000 for age discrimination

The woman rejected an offer of re-engagement on a two-year contract.

# work - Saturday 19 August, 2017

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

# work - Thursday 17 August, 2017

DIY store Woodie's has to fork out €15,000 to a worker sacked over a missing €50 note

The Labour Court said the retailer didn’t carry out a proper investigation.

From Business ETC DIY store Woodie's has to fork out €15,000 to a worker sacked over a missing €50 note Retail

DIY store Woodie's has to fork out €15,000 to a worker sacked over a missing €50 note

The Labour Court said the retailer didn’t carry out a proper investigation.

'I find risking other people's time and energy much harder than risking my own'

Elva Carri talks about her life before GirlCrew and a particularly bad summer job.

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

There's a shortage of chefs in Ireland – but the industry can't agree why

The trade may need an image overhaul to attract new, skilled workers.

# work - Tuesday 15 August, 2017

From Business ETC 'I find risking other people's time and energy much harder than risking my own' Insights

'I find risking other people's time and energy much harder than risking my own'

Elva Carri talks about her life before GirlCrew and a particularly bad summer job.

From Business ETC A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job Services

A plumber has been awarded €15,000 after a row over a urinal cleaning job

A Dublin-based Drain Doctor franchisee denied that it had fired the ex-worker.

# work - Monday 14 August, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think companies benefit from more diversity at the top? Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think companies benefit from more diversity at the top?

It has been argued that a mix of backgrounds and genders helps boost innovation.

From Business ETC How good managers can stop themselves from making bad decisions Insights

How good managers can stop themselves from making bad decisions

A single workday can involve a range of choices – here are some tools to help you make the right ones.

# work - Sunday 13 August, 2017

'Horror stories' about Irish rents are turning foreign tech workers off in their droves

There has been a big increase in candidates turning down job offers, one recruiter says.

From Business ETC Why gender imbalance isn't just a bad look - it's also bad for business Insights

Why gender imbalance isn't just a bad look - it's also bad for business

Major firms in Ireland are missing out on fresh opinions because of their lack of diversity at the top.

From Business ETC There's a shortage of chefs in Ireland – but the industry can't agree why Food And Drink

There's a shortage of chefs in Ireland – but the industry can't agree why

The trade may need an image overhaul to attract new, skilled workers.

# work - Saturday 12 August, 2017

From Business ETC How Irish managers can run better projects by being more like Donald Trump Insights

How Irish managers can run better projects by being more like Donald Trump

Sure the US president isn’t perfect, but hear us out on this one.

# work - Thursday 10 August, 2017

'Horror stories' about Irish rents are turning foreign tech workers off in their droves

There has been a big increase in candidates turning down job offers, one recruiter says.

Take a guided tour of... The global tech company based in a Howth lighthouse D4h

Take a guided tour of... The global tech company based in a Howth lighthouse

D4H’s clients include the US Department of Defense.

From Business ETC 'Horror stories' about Irish rents are turning foreign tech workers off in their droves Work

'Horror stories' about Irish rents are turning foreign tech workers off in their droves

There has been a big increase in candidates turning down job offers, one recruiter says.

# work - Tuesday 8 August, 2017

Ireland's 'lost decade' ends as domestic spending returns to Celtic Tiger peak

Goodbody said the Irish economy will reach full employment by the end of next year.

# work - Monday 7 August, 2017

From Business ETC It was 'fair' for a hotel to sack a worker who took two cups of coffee powder Hospitality

It was 'fair' for a hotel to sack a worker who took two cups of coffee powder

The Employment Appeals Tribunal has found that the Strand Hotel’s decision to sack the man was fair.

# work - Sunday 6 August, 2017

'When my dad was let go, I remember thinking I never want to be in that situation'

Seeing his father lose his job inspired Keith Moran to one day set up his own business.

From Business ETC What an Aer Lingus labour case can teach firms about forcing staff to speak English Insights

What an Aer Lingus labour case can teach firms about forcing staff to speak English

The recent court ruling followed accusations of discrimination at the airline.

# work - Saturday 5 August, 2017

From Business ETC Take a guided tour of... The global tech company based in a Howth lighthouse Building And Property

Take a guided tour of... The global tech company based in a Howth lighthouse

D4H’s clients include the US Department of Defense.

# work - Thursday 3 August, 2017

A Blackrock gym has to pay €3,000 to an ex-worker who didn't take tea breaks

Medfit’s former receptionist didn’t complain because she ‘didn’t want to rock the boat’.

'So much of fintech is people giving stuff away for free. It's not sustainable'

Brett Meyers of CurrencyFair tells us what sector he thinks is the most over-hyped.

'When my dad was let go, I remember thinking I never want to be in that situation'

Seeing his father lose his job inspired Keith Moran to one day set up his own business.

# work - Tuesday 1 August, 2017

From Business ETC 'So much of fintech is people giving stuff away for free. It's not sustainable' Insights

'So much of fintech is people giving stuff away for free. It's not sustainable'

Brett Meyers of CurrencyFair tells us what sector he thinks is the most over-hyped.

From Business ETC Irish fintech firm Global Shares' hiring spree will be a boon for west Cork Financial Services

Irish fintech firm Global Shares' hiring spree will be a boon for west Cork

Most of the 80 jobs on offer will be based in Clonakilty.

# work - Monday 31 July, 2017

From Business ETC Irish employers 'should get money back' when their staff are made redundant Work

Irish employers 'should get money back' when their staff are made redundant

Businesses used to be able to claim a rebate to help cover the costs.

From Business ETC A Blackrock gym has to pay €3,000 to an ex-worker who didn't take tea breaks Health

A Blackrock gym has to pay €3,000 to an ex-worker who didn't take tea breaks

Medfit’s former receptionist didn’t complain because she ‘didn’t want to rock the boat’.

# work - Sunday 30 July, 2017

Self-employed people earning over €100,000 'should get a tax cut'

That’s according to the Dublin Chamber, which wants a USC surcharge scrapped.

# work - Friday 28 July, 2017

From Business ETC 'When my dad was let go, I remember thinking I never want to be in that situation' Insights

'When my dad was let go, I remember thinking I never want to be in that situation'

Seeing his father lose his job inspired Keith Moran to one day set up his own business.

# work - Thursday 27 July, 2017

From Business ETC A Mayo barman who refused to serve at a lock-in has won €3,000 for unfair dismissal Food And Drink

A Mayo barman who refused to serve at a lock-in has won €3,000 for unfair dismissal

The former employee was told to ‘f**k off’ by the owner of Paddy’s Bar in Kiltimagh.

Johnstown Garden Centre has been told to pay €4,000 over a worker's 'Nazi chant' claims

An ex-staffer told the Labour Court she was subjected to racially motivated abuse on the job.

Irish board appointments are still dominated by a 'who you know' culture

And the Institute of Directors in Ireland has said there is limited appetite for change.

From Business ETC Self-employed people earning over €100,000 'should get a tax cut' Policy

Self-employed people earning over €100,000 'should get a tax cut'

That’s according to the Dublin Chamber, which wants a USC surcharge scrapped.

# work - Wednesday 26 July, 2017

From Business ETC Major building sites will grind to a halt as crane drivers escalate strikes Building And Property

Major building sites will grind to a halt as crane drivers escalate strikes

One union is pushing for the workers to be paid up to €27 per hour.

From Business ETC Irish board appointments are still dominated by a 'who you know' culture Work

Irish board appointments are still dominated by a 'who you know' culture

And the Institute of Directors in Ireland has said there is limited appetite for change.

Michael O'Leary's pay package climbed even higher last year

The Ryanair chief heads a list of the best-paid European airline bosses.

'Vulnerable, scared, overworked and underpaid': A day in the life of an Irish stable worker

'Vulnerable, scared, overworked and underpaid': A day in the life of an Irish stable worker

A report into the pay and conditions of workers was published yesterday.

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