After losing his job in the cab industry, Nik Mehta moved to Ireland and now runs a nut store in Dublin.
Arboretum’s Rachel Doyle talks about planning for retirement when she has no plans to retire.
Some fear the so-called Banded Hours Bill could ‘wipe out’ small businesses.
Here’s what businesses need to keep in mind when hiring a public relations expert.
The so-called ‘Banded Hours Bill’ is a step too far for employers.
Click&Go’s Paul Hackett talks about why he’s no time for slow decision-makers.
Google Ireland used to quiz candidates as many as 16 times.
Firms that don’t embrace change face being outmanoeuvred by their tech-savvy rivals.
Temporary workers can serve as a ‘business card’ for an organisation.
Stobart Air’s Graeme Buchanan talks about why he’d probably be a builder in an alternate life.
The hotels lobby says that should be part of the ‘basic service’ all passengers can expect.
Drug and drink dependency is considered a disability under employment equality laws.
Here’s why entrepreneurs should aspire to build an ‘evergreen company’.
Darragh Mullin has tried his hand at a few businesses, some have worked and others didn’t.
ShinAwil CEO Larry Bass talks about what it takes to make it in the TV industry.
Proposed legislation on mandatory disclosures is expected to be brought to the Oireachtas soon.
At 26, I had dinner in the White House and smuggled out an official coffee cup in my pants – here’s why.
With the government clamping down on the practice, this isn’t going away any time soon.
When he got bored of his job, Niall Moloney decided to quit to develop a range of frozen yogurts.
Lynk CEO Noel Ebbs also talks about learning to let people brainstorm freely.