Recent surveys suggest there is stigma attached to taking time off work.
Big corporates are upping their parental benefits amid a shift towards balancing family responsibilities.
Marble floors no longer cut it as Irish employees have updated their expectations.
Some companies have decided to give their employees more control over how they are paid.
The crunch just got crunchier as demand continues to outpace supply.
Complaints are on the rise amid legislative changes and growing global awareness of gender-related issues.
FSU said that ‘employers left to themselves will use technology to reduce costs, to maximise profits’.
The new venture was set up by tech entrepreneur Annrai O’Toole.
Some say the fear of robots stealing jobs is misguided.
Fora catches up with various players in the ecosystem to survey the lay of the land.
A Vodafone report suggests hubs could generate €312 million for the regions.
The Californian company describes itself as the pipes for transporting the ‘new oil’ of data.
The company sees some positives coming from Brexit.
The unit is based at Match Group’s European base in the Irish capital.
Pundits forecast the recruitment group is well-positioned to withstand economic challenges.
Employers share their experiences of recruiting people who have served time.
But data from jobs site Indeed suggests the gap is closing ‘over time’.
A quarter of women surveyed by Network Ireland said their male colleagues earn more in equivalent roles.
The Patch accelerator has caught the eye of entrepreneurs like Bobby Healy and Iseult Ward.