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# work - Yesterday’s News

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# work - Yesterday’s News

Dublin is almost as expensive for workers to live in as London

The weaker pound has made the British capital much cheaper against its international peers.

'If this was France we would protect our jobs. In Ireland we don't seem to care'

Connect Ireland’s job scheme, aimed at the Irish diaspora, looks set to be shelved.

'6.6% unemployment - that's my performance': Mary Mitchell O'Connor hits back at critics

The Jobs Minister has come under fire with signs of discontent among her staff.

From Business ETC '6.6% unemployment - that's my performance': Mary Mitchell O'Connor hits back at critics Work

'6.6% unemployment - that's my performance': Mary Mitchell O'Connor hits back at critics

The Jobs Minister has come under fire with signs of discontent among her staff.

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# work - Wednesday 22 March, 2017

From Business ETC Dublin is now almost as expensive for workers to live in as London Work

Dublin is now almost as expensive for workers to live in as London

The weaker pound has made the British capital much cheaper against its international peers.

From Business ETC 8 things you can do to reduce the time wasted on emails Work

8 things you can do to reduce the time wasted on emails

It’s easy to find your day eaten up with endless messages and responses.

From Business ETC A stock market float is on the cards for this Irish firm as it goes on a recruitment drive Financial Services

# work - Tuesday 21 March, 2017

From Business ETC 'If this was France we would protect our jobs. In Ireland we don't seem to care' Policy

'If this was France we would protect our jobs. In Ireland we don't seem to care'

Connect Ireland’s job scheme, aimed at the Irish diaspora, looks set to be shelved.

From Business ETC Almost two years after losing their jobs, former Clerys workers are getting compensation Work

Almost two years after losing their jobs, former Clerys workers are getting compensation

The full details of the settlement are confidential.

# work - Monday 20 March, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Are the CEOs of big companies being paid too much? Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Are the CEOs of big companies being paid too much?

Trade unionists have called for ‘major reforms’ in how private firms pay their top execs.

# work - Saturday 18 March, 2017

From Business ETC This unfair dismissal case shows why firms need to keep a close eye on workers' sick leave Work

This unfair dismissal case shows why firms need to keep a close eye on workers' sick leave

The Labour Court case involved an employee who was absent for 316 days over a decade.

# work - Thursday 16 March, 2017

From Business ETC 'Free bars are great - but meaningful work is the top motivator for job candidates' Work

'Free bars are great - but meaningful work is the top motivator for job candidates'

Rossa Mullally of Sigmar Recruitment delivers a masterclass in conducting job interviews.

'Left behind': People with disabilities four times less likely to be employed

A person with a disability is also twice as likely to leave a place of employment.

# work - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

Here is the pay gap between public and private sector workers

Earnings were generally higher in the public sector, but the gap has narrowed markedly.

Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action

Unions say that support staff are not getting put on permanent contracts.

From Business ETC Here is the pay gap between Irish public and private sector workers Work

Here is the pay gap between Irish public and private sector workers

Earnings were generally higher in the public sector, but the gap has narrowed markedly.

From Business ETC Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action Education

Hundreds of workers at Trinity College are gearing up for strike action

Unions say that support staff are not getting put on permanent contracts.

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From Business ETC These are the best companies to work for in Ireland, according to workers Work

These are the best companies to work for in Ireland, according to workers

Multinationals featured strongly on the list, with Dell ranking first.

# work - Tuesday 14 March, 2017

From Business ETC A copywriter has gone to the High Court to make sure she can't be fired Work

A copywriter has gone to the High Court to make sure she can't be fired

Her employer claimed she was taking too many personal calls and emails at work.

200 jobs affected as Coty plant in Nenagh to close

Max Factor manufacturer Coty met with staff today to announce the closure of its Tipperary plant.

From Business ETC Nenagh's Max Factor-manufacturing plant to close with the loss of 200 jobs Work

Nenagh's Max Factor-manufacturing plant to close with the loss of 200 jobs

The firm behind the facility, Coty, revealed the decision to staff today.

# work - Sunday 12 March, 2017

'There's no right and wrong now for work fashion. A tracksuit and hoodie may be perfect for you'

Fashion guru Brendan Courtney delivers a masterclass in dressing for business.

From Business ETC 'How you shake hands sends a message. Every interaction communicates something' Insights

'How you shake hands sends a message. Every interaction communicates something'

These are the steps you can take to get your message across clearly and effectively.

# work - Thursday 9 March, 2017

From Business ETC 'There's no right and wrong now for work fashion. A tracksuit and hoodie may be perfect for you' Insights

'There's no right and wrong now for work fashion. A tracksuit and hoodie may be perfect for you'

Fashion guru Brendan Courtney delivers a masterclass in dressing for business.

'I literally had to write my dad a letter to apply for a job in the family business'

This former nurse followed a roundabout route to running her parents’ business.

Ireland doesn't offer workers enough protection against being fired

That’s according to Europe, and unions say that companies are taking advantage.

# work - Wednesday 8 March, 2017

From Business ETC 'There is a lack of diversity at senior levels in Irish financial firms. That needs to change' Opinion

'There is a lack of diversity at senior levels in Irish financial firms. That needs to change'

Central Bank research shows four-fifths of all senior financial positions in Ireland are being filled by men.

From Business ETC 'Some women don't even hit the glass ceiling. They're stuck on the floor' Work

'Some women don't even hit the glass ceiling. They're stuck on the floor'

The chair of ESB says women won’t go for a role unless they are 110% ready.

From Business ETC Will Ireland make firms report their gender pay gaps? Here's what you need to know Work

Will Ireland make firms report their gender pay gaps? Here's what you need to know

The UK is about to implement the rule, while the government here has plans to follow suit.

# work - Tuesday 7 March, 2017

From Business ETC 'I literally had to write my dad a letter to apply for a job in the family business' Insights

'I literally had to write my dad a letter to apply for a job in the family business'

This former nurse followed a roundabout route to running her parents’ business.

# work - Monday 6 March, 2017

A five-star resort owned by JP McManus is creating 300 new jobs in Limerick

Limerick’s Adare Manor will recruit 300 new staff over the coming months.

From Business ETC A five-star resort owned by JP McManus is going on a major recruitment drive Hospitality

A five-star resort owned by JP McManus is going on a major recruitment drive

Limerick’s Adare Manor will recruit 300 new staff over the coming months.

How Ryanair's loudmouth approach helps them find 'fun, irreverent and cheeky' staff

The HR department says the company’s colourful media profile acts as a sort of recruitment filter.

From Business ETC 'Not knowing is horrible': People taking employment cases stuck in limbo Work

'Not knowing is horrible': People taking employment cases stuck in limbo

One woman has been waiting four years to have her case heard at the Equality Tribunal.

# work - Sunday 5 March, 2017

From Business ETC How Ryanair's loudmouth approach helps them find 'fun, irreverent and cheeky' staff Work

How Ryanair's loudmouth approach helps them find 'fun, irreverent and cheeky' staff

The HR department says the company’s colourful media profile acts as a sort of recruitment filter.

From Business ETC Ireland doesn't offer workers enough protection against being fired Work

Ireland doesn't offer workers enough protection against being fired

That’s according to Europe, and unions say that companies are taking advantage.

# work - Friday 3 March, 2017

From Business ETC Luas strikes contributed to work days lost in industrial disputes doubling Work

Luas strikes contributed to work days lost in industrial disputes doubling

Workers in the transport sector accounted for one-fifth of all working time lost last year.

# work - Monday 27 February, 2017

From Business ETC Here's exactly what you need in place to deal with (and avoid) workplace conflict Insights

Here's exactly what you need in place to deal with (and avoid) workplace conflict

Small rows in the office can become toxic very fast if left to fester.

# work - Saturday 25 February, 2017

Poll: Should the retirement age be abolished? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the retirement age be abolished?

A new Sinn Féin bill aims to abolish the mandatory age.

A quarter of the cash from Clerys' liquidation has gone to accountants and lawyers

The state was forced to pick up the €2 million tab for sacked workers’ redundancy entitlements.

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