Limerick’s Adare Manor will recruit 300 new staff over the coming months.
One woman has been waiting four years to have her case heard at the Equality Tribunal.
The HR department says the company’s colourful media profile acts as a sort of recruitment filter.
That’s according to Europe, and unions say that companies are taking advantage.
Workers in the transport sector accounted for one-fifth of all working time lost last year.
Small rows in the office can become toxic very fast if left to fester.
The state was forced to pick up the €2 million tab for sacked workers’ redundancy entitlements.
Many workers are turning their backs on traditional jobs, but not everyone thinks that’s a good thing.
RSA was forced to inject £200m into its Irish arm after the issue was revealed in 2013.
These are the steps businesses should take to prepare for the future of work.
The tech giant already has nearly 2,000 staff in permanent and contract roles in Ireland.
It can also make you vulnerable to unpaid overtime, according to a UN study.
Research shows workers will take a pay cut – for the right role.
The firm has racked up major losses in its local arm, but it still has plenty of cash to play with.
Mandate has called ‘indefinite’ strikes in stores starting today.
For some it’s a winning formula, but others say office and home life shouldn’t mix.
UpStarter plans to launch satellite events a year after launching in Dublin.
Mason Hayes & Curran sponsors the Plain English Awards, which are pretty self-explanatory.
The IDA claims the Connect Ireland initiative created just over 500 positions, instead of 5,000.
The consultancy firm said it plans to add hundreds of staff to its Irish outpost this year.