Now is the time for companies to get ready for incoming legislation.
Parkpnp’s Garrett Flower talks about how he refocused his business and hiring the best people for the job.
Arkphire’s Paschal Naylor talks business plans, Bill Gates and starting a tech firm during the recession.
Some say ‘reverse mentoring’ builds ‘a more inclusive’ workforce. Others find it patronising.
Employment law is fairly strict when it comes to mergers and acquisitions.
‘Reverse mentoring’ schemes send a clear message that learning is a life-long thing.
Told there was no job for him in the family practice, vet Charles Cosgrave decided to reinvent his father’s firm.
McGreals Pharmacy’s Kilian McGreal also talks about drawing the line under new business ideas.
Industry figures say such a move could entice more people to work as drivers.
A shoe store managed to overturn an unfair dismissal claim in the Labour Court. Here’s how.
We should use the resource as a calling card and follow the lead of forward-thinking countries.
During her final year in UL, Eimear McManus’s work placement ended up being much more.
Ex-Dragons’ Den star and Harmonia CEO Norah Casey also talks about the rip-off ‘pink tax’.
Some say they’re useful for employers. Others think they don’t reflect issues that may be affecting workers.
Big companies put a lot of stock in these reviews – but they don’t provide proper feedback from workers.
Acquiring an established firm is less risky than starting your own. But it’s not hazard-free.
Micheal Dyer has been cheffing since his teens but left the career to set up a business with a college friend.
Meaghers Pharmacy’s Oonagh O’Hagan also talks about learning how to stop micromanaging.
Some say a skills shortage in construction is hindering the country’s ability to deliver homes.
Workers with neurological differences can bestow special skills in businesses.