Environmental action, and inaction, are major themes in Davos this week.
The results are in, the readers have spoken.
The state is looking to phase out oil and gas exploration, but is it a good idea?
Recent surveys suggest there is stigma attached to taking time off work.
The government is looking at whether a right to disconnect from work emails would function in Ireland.
It might relieve the pressure of work demands, but working overtime has its downsides.
Workers seem to care less about cash and more about culture when it comes to career choices.
‘Flight shame’ has impacted flights to Ireland from some northern European countries this year.
Shared living remains a hot topic in Ireland as more groups enter the Dublin scene.
Businesses are facing pressure from employees who are worried about their impact on the environment.
Remote working could increase productivity, but it could also decrease one’s commitment to a company.
Gerry Scullion, founder of King of Kefir, talks radishes and getting lost down rabbit holes.
Design based on conversations with your users – it is the surest way to succeed.
It is vital that we switch off the smart way when we head off on holiday.
Hazel Mitchell of eBay Ireland talks about her remaining ambitions after 15 years at the company.
Businesses and policymakers are coming under pressure to transition to a low carbon economy.
It’s just a formality, goes the thinking, and it is that thinking that causes employers major problems.
Sprout Social’s Gerard Murnaghan talks about motivating staff and his dog Ruby.
There has been calls for a four-day working week with companies worldwide deciding to cut office hours.
Ireland has been found to have one of the highest rates of workplace bullying in the developed world.