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# 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.

# work - Friday 24 February, 2017

From Business ETC A quarter of the cash from Clerys' liquidation has gone to accountants and lawyers Work

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.

From Business ETC The 'gig economy' is here to stay. This is what businesses need to know Insights

The 'gig economy' is here to stay. This is what businesses need to know

Many workers are turning their backs on traditional jobs, but not everyone thinks that’s a good thing.

# work - Thursday 23 February, 2017

Former RSA Ireland finance boss banned after 'falling short' during accounting scandal

RSA was forced to inject £200m into its Irish arm after the issue was revealed in 2013.

# work - Wednesday 22 February, 2017

From Business ETC Former RSA Ireland finance boss banned after 'falling short' during accounting scandal Financial Services

Former RSA Ireland finance boss banned after 'falling short' during accounting scandal

RSA was forced to inject £200m into its Irish arm after the issue was revealed in 2013.

# work - Monday 20 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'Add as many bean bags as you like, if people don't like what you stand for you've already lost' Opinion

'Add as many bean bags as you like, if people don't like what you stand for you've already lost'

These are the steps businesses should take to prepare for the future of work.

# work - Sunday 19 February, 2017

Poll: Do you get dragged into doing work while off-duty? Always On This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you get dragged into doing work while off-duty?

A new study has shown its contributing to people’s stress.

# work - Friday 17 February, 2017

From Business ETC Microsoft is opening a 500-person 'inside sales' centre in Dublin Software

Microsoft is opening a 500-person 'inside sales' centre in Dublin

The tech giant already has nearly 2,000 staff in permanent and contract roles in Ireland.

# work - Thursday 16 February, 2017

One of Ireland's top law firms is leading a crusade against confusing jargon

Mason Hayes & Curran sponsors the Plain English Awards, which are pretty self-explanatory.

A jobs expo for startups is going nationwide – and there's a free bar

UpStarter plans to launch satellite events a year after launching in Dublin.

# work - Wednesday 15 February, 2017

From Business ETC Work remotely? It could be making you stressed and wrecking your sleep Work

Work remotely? It could be making you stressed and wrecking your sleep

It can also make you vulnerable to unpaid overtime, according to a UN study.

From Business ETC The days of a job for life are long gone - so is staff loyalty now just about the money? Insights

The days of a job for life are long gone - so is staff loyalty now just about the money?

Research shows workers will take a pay cut – for the right role.

From Business ETC Jobs website Indeed is doubling the size of its European HQ in Dublin Work

Jobs website Indeed is doubling the size of its European HQ in Dublin

The firm has racked up major losses in its local arm, but it still has plenty of cash to play with.

# work - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

From Business ETC Inside Tesco Ireland's 'Project Black' - and the reasons why it has the unions so worried Retail

Inside Tesco Ireland's 'Project Black' - and the reasons why it has the unions so worried

Mandate has called ‘indefinite’ strikes in stores starting today.

# work - Monday 13 February, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Could you work with your other half? Work This post contains a poll

Poll: Could you work with your other half?

For some it’s a winning formula, but others say office and home life shouldn’t mix.

# work - Sunday 12 February, 2017

From Business ETC A jobs expo for startups is going nationwide – and there's a free bar Work

A jobs expo for startups is going nationwide – and there's a free bar

UpStarter plans to launch satellite events a year after launching in Dublin.

# work - Friday 10 February, 2017

From Business ETC One of Ireland's top law firms is leading a crusade against confusing jargon Work

One of Ireland's top law firms is leading a crusade against confusing jargon

Mason Hayes & Curran sponsors the Plain English Awards, which are pretty self-explanatory.

From Business ETC A shelved scheme to create jobs could be replaced after falling short of its target Policy

A shelved scheme to create jobs could be replaced after falling short of its target

The IDA claims the Connect Ireland initiative created just over 500 positions, instead of 5,000.

From Business ETC Accenture is opening a 200-person 'innovation and incubation hub' in Dublin Work

Accenture is opening a 200-person 'innovation and incubation hub' in Dublin

The consultancy firm said it plans to add hundreds of staff to its Irish outpost this year.

# work - Thursday 9 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'We're very worried': Fears for Leixlip businesses as HP closure rocks the town Hardware

'We're very worried': Fears for Leixlip businesses as HP closure rocks the town

With 500 redundancies coming from July, the region is bracing for the fallout.

# work - Wednesday 8 February, 2017

As HP shuts its Leixlip print plant, we look back at its 20 years in Kildare

Up to 500 job losses were announced at the firm today.

From Business ETC As HP shuts its Leixlip print plant, we look back at its 20 years in Kildare Hardware

As HP shuts its Leixlip print plant, we look back at its 20 years in Kildare

Up to 500 job losses were announced at the firm today.

From Business ETC Hewlett-Packard's Kildare print business is being shut down Work

Hewlett-Packard's Kildare print business is being shut down

The company said it is likely that close to 500 jobs will be lost over the next year.

# work - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

'Stick with finance, computing, and languages' - students filling out their CAO forms told to keep it traditional

Students are advised to consider ‘traditional’ courses like finance and computing for their CAO applications.

Unemployment down but over 100,000 people now 'trapped' in part-time work

Some of this work gives rise to increased dependency on State income supports like jobseekers benefit, new research shows.

From Business ETC These are the skills tomorrow's graduates will need to find jobs Work

These are the skills tomorrow's graduates will need to find jobs

Students are advised to consider ‘traditional’ courses like finance and computing for their CAO applications.

# work - Monday 30 January, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think Ireland is overly dependent on foreign investment for jobs? Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Ireland is overly dependent on foreign investment for jobs?

Some say the country’s track record with overseas firms is ‘enviable’.

# work - Sunday 29 January, 2017

Young people view themselves as solo players at work

Young people regard themselves as being responsible for acquiring new knowledge and motivation in the workplace.

# work - Sunday 22 January, 2017

'I knew nothing about the taxi industry and dipping my toes in there cost me dearly'

Eureka moments on Everest and hiring Sherpas has helped this businessman stay ahead.

# work - Friday 20 January, 2017

From Business ETC 'I knew nothing about the taxi industry and dipping my toes in there cost me dearly' Insights

'I knew nothing about the taxi industry and dipping my toes in there cost me dearly'

Eureka moments on Everest and hiring Sherpas has helped this businessman stay ahead.

# work - Thursday 19 January, 2017

A new co-working office complete with 'startup concierge' is coming to Cork

Republic of Work will open at the start of next month.

Meet the businesses luring Irish teachers to classrooms around the globe

Meet the businesses luring Irish teachers to classrooms around the globe

These firms tempt educators with tax-free salaries and other perks.

From Business ETC 'Completely unacceptable' - Ulster Bank pay vote suspended after bank's unilateral move Financial Services

'Completely unacceptable' - Ulster Bank pay vote suspended after bank's unilateral move

A union says management already rolled out changes that would negatively affect staff.

# work - Wednesday 18 January, 2017

From Business ETC A new co-working office complete with 'startup concierge' is coming to Cork Startups

A new co-working office complete with 'startup concierge' is coming to Cork

Republic of Work will open at the start of next month.

# work - Monday 16 January, 2017

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think gender quotas for top civil service jobs are a good idea? Policy This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think gender quotas for top civil service jobs are a good idea?

Public expenditure minister Paschal Donohoe wants an even split in senior roles.

# work - Sunday 15 January, 2017

How one of Ireland's most southerly towns has fought back against the city brain drain

After years of seeing many of its brightest leave in their droves, Skibbereen is bouncing back.

From Business ETC How one of Ireland's most southerly towns has fought back against the city brain drain Startups

How one of Ireland's most southerly towns has fought back against the city brain drain

After years of seeing many of its brightest leave in their droves, Skibbereen is bouncing back.

There are three workers for every one Irish building job

Carpenters, electricians and plumbers are left to compete for the limited positions.

# work - Saturday 14 January, 2017

From Business ETC Meet the businesses luring Irish teachers to classrooms around the globe Education

Meet the businesses luring Irish teachers to classrooms around the globe

These firms tempt educators with tax-free salaries and other perks.

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