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# Employees

Last year
Remote working: 'It has the potential to end the commute, which is getting worse'
Joanne Mangan
Menopause and the workplace: 'It's just as important as the mental health of employees'
Loretta Dignam & Eimear Scully
Aer Lingus falls victim to global cyber attack
Opinion: Why aren't we investing in Ireland's remote working infrastructure?
John Riordan
Lawyer: 'The justifications for many redundancies in Ireland are getting thinner and thinner'
Ciarán Ahern
Analysis: The gender pay gap tells us less about wages and more about company power structures
Dr Aedín Doris
All time
Bereavement leave could be paid out of the Social Insurance Fund in the future
Lidl to remove mandatory retirement age of 65 for its employees
New public holiday could cost Exchequer between €220m and €300m, says Varadkar
New sick pay law to guarantee all workers three days paid sick leave once commenced
Survey places Dublin among most expensive cities for international workers
Opinion: Out-of-pocket expenses for workers are way too high in Ireland
Dr Laura Bambrick
New law will give employees the right to request remote working
Opinion: Covid-19 vaccine rollout may present future challenges for employers
Jason O'Sullivan
Opinion: Remote working is here to stay, so let's approach it properly and get the balance right
Arlene Vithaldas
'Anomalies have arisen': Donohoe admits 'gap' in wage subsidy scheme for low paid workers
Confusion over pay entitlements among both employers and employees if staff present with Covid-19
Channel 4 launches new policy to support workers experiencing menopause
More than 51,000 fathers have taken paternity leave since September 2016
Employee awarded €8,000 after colleague linked homosexuality to child abuse
Government to block proposals to close all places of work during Status Red weather alerts
Poll: Should businesses have to close for the duration of red weather alerts?
Claims about bogus self-employment in construction 'grossly exaggerated'
'This should not be tolerated': ICTU says more of us are working precariously in Ireland
The future of work: How these Irish workplaces are ending the era of the boss
More than 27,000 fathers have taken paternity leave so far
One in four Irish employers experienced a workplace dispute last year
McDonald's staff hold first-ever UK strike over pay and working conditions
UK to release its key Brexit policy papers 'in a few weeks'
One in 10 Irish workers are earning the minimum wage or less
Clerys workers heckle and criticise director of property firm at High Court
Irish firms may be forced to reveal pay gaps between male and female employees
Luas workers set to enter two days of meetings at Liberty Hall with union bosses
Do you really need your bosses to prove how much they love you?
Karen Frampton
Xtra-vision to close 28 stores after Christmas
Another Irish Water row: Workers may go on strike over job cuts
Workers set to be paid for travel to and from work after major ruling
Here's how much you could earn working for Facebook
Amazon's boss hits back at claims it's a 'soulless, dystopian workplace'
Should Irish bosses be doing more to keep workers healthy?