Some fear the so-called Banded Hours Bill could ‘wipe out’ small businesses.
The so-called ‘Banded Hours Bill’ is a step too far for employers.
Louise Phelan says the payments giant is rolling out the perks for millennials.
Fellow tech firm Twilio and US food company KIND Bars are also taking up desks in Iveagh Court.
Microsoft reseller eBECS is looking for engineers and customer support staff.
The Irish capital has re-entered the top-100 list of the most expensive cities for expat workers.
Google Ireland used to quiz candidates as many as 16 times.
Google HR boss for Ireland talks about how the firm recruits its staff.
Temporary workers can serve as a ‘business card’ for an organisation.
The industrial action follows the retailer rejecting a recommendation to sit down with union officials.
The company currently employs 2,000 workers at existing offices in Cork, Dublin, Kildare and southern India.
Two in five salons inspected last year broke rules on permits, payments or working hours.
Drug and drink dependency is considered a disability under employment equality laws.
The national competitiveness watchdog has branded Ireland ‘high-cost and rising’.
Proposed legislation on mandatory disclosures is expected to be brought to the Oireachtas soon.
It is expected that organisations will have to publicly report the figures in the near future.
With the government clamping down on the practice, this isn’t going away any time soon.
Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.
Martina Larkin says the country is lagging some of its European peers in key areas.
Fórsa appears to be on a collision course with the budget carrier as the parties try to hammer out a deal.