The adoption of new technology is expected to slow employment growth but will also create opportunities.
Many argue that good design stimulates productivity – but not everyone’s a fan of today’s workplaces.
Wild office parties, risqué Secret Santa gifts and hazardous decorations can all spell trouble.
New research shows that a carefully planned work environment can have long-lasting effects.
For some, Glassdoor is a useful hiring platform. But others think it’s open to abuse.
Glassdoor has attracted reviews from more than 20,000 employees in Ireland.
Senior personnel can offer valuable experience and fill skills gaps.
The High Court challenge relates to tax laws for Europe-based workers.
Chef Network is launching a ‘kitchen charter’ as worker shortages continue to rise in the industry.
It’s vital that employers look after their workers’ mental and physical well-being.
Postponements, absent parties and late submissions are creating logjams.
The cost of housing is too much for some, while taxes make high-earners think twice.
It often doesn’t take a lot for companies to mine this largely untapped talent pool.
Now is the time for companies to get ready for incoming legislation.
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.
A shoe store managed to overturn an unfair dismissal claim in the Labour Court. Here’s how.
The French-founded company has more than 600 staff in Dublin – and it plans to keep expanding.
Some say they’re useful for employers. Others think they don’t reflect issues that may be affecting workers.