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# work - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC The 5 bad employer traits that drive workers bananas Work

The 5 bad employer traits that drive workers bananas

If you recognise yourself in this lineup, there’s a problem.

From Business ETC We're partnering with Griffith College to offer one reader a full MBA scholarship Work

We're partnering with Griffith College to offer one reader a full MBA scholarship

You’ll get a chance to earn a qualification normally worth €12,500.

# work - Thursday 21 June, 2018

From TheJournal.ie 'Two years is a long time': How PayPal is trying to hold onto company-hopping young staff Work

'Two years is a long time': How PayPal is trying to hold onto company-hopping young staff

Louise Phelan says the payments giant is rolling out the perks for millennials.

From Business ETC Companies are losing droves of new hires over misleading jobs specs Work

Companies are losing droves of new hires over misleading jobs specs

Retention of staff has been cited as a big challenge by Irish businesses.

# work - Monday 18 June, 2018

From Business ETC Poll: Do you support the government's proposed laws on low-hour contracts? Policy And Economy This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you support the government's proposed laws on low-hour contracts?

Some fear the so-called Banded Hours Bill could ‘wipe out’ small businesses.

# work - Saturday 16 June, 2018

From Business ETC How this 'draconian' new employment law could destroy small businesses Insights And Opinion

How this 'draconian' new employment law could destroy small businesses

The so-called ‘Banded Hours Bill’ is a step too far for employers.

From TheJournal.ie 'Are there no people with disabilities north of Dublin?': Anger over lack of funding in northwest Ability Programme

'Are there no people with disabilities north of Dublin?': Anger over lack of funding in northwest

An organisation in “urgent need of funding” has criticised the lack of funding given to projects in the northwest as part of a new initiative.

# work - Thursday 14 June, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Why Google has ditched brain-teasers and 16-step interviews from its hiring process Work

Why Google has ditched brain-teasers and 16-step interviews from its hiring process

The company’s HR boss for Ireland talks about how the firm recruits its staff.

From Business ETC 'Two years is a long time': How PayPal is trying to hold onto company-hopping young staff Work

'Two years is a long time': How PayPal is trying to hold onto company-hopping young staff

Louise Phelan says the payments giant is rolling out the perks for millennials.

# work - Wednesday 13 June, 2018

From Business ETC As Dublin's office shortage intensifies, Microsoft is moving into WeWork's new co-working space Building And Property

As Dublin's office shortage intensifies, Microsoft is moving into WeWork's new co-working space

Fellow tech firm Twilio and US food company KIND Bars are also taking up desks in Iveagh Court.

# work - Tuesday 12 June, 2018

From Business ETC This UK firm is hiring 100 new staff from across Ireland – and they can all work from home Work

This UK firm is hiring 100 new staff from across Ireland – and they can all work from home

Microsoft reseller eBECS is looking for engineers and customer support staff.

From Business ETC It's now more expensive to live in Dublin than Abu Dhabi or Silicon Valley Policy And Economy

It's now more expensive to live in Dublin than Abu Dhabi or Silicon Valley

The Irish capital has re-entered the top-100 list of the most expensive cities for expat workers.

# work - Monday 11 June, 2018

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think four job interviews for a single role is too many? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think four job interviews for a single role is too many?

Google Ireland used to quiz candidates as many as 16 times.

From TheJournal.ie Struggle with confidence in work? Our expert has the answers to your questions Work

Struggle with confidence in work? Our expert has the answers to your questions

Do you have questions about growing your confidence at work? We want to hear them.

# work - Saturday 9 June, 2018

From Business ETC Why Google has ditched brain-teasers and 16-step interviews from its hiring process Work

Why Google has ditched brain-teasers and 16-step interviews from its hiring process

Google HR boss for Ireland talks about how the firm recruits its staff.

From Business ETC 5 ways to get the most out of summer staff Insights And Opinion

5 ways to get the most out of summer staff

Temporary workers can serve as a ‘business card’ for an organisation.

From TheJournal.ie 'It's outrageous': A State sweep of nail bars found rampant employment law abuses Sweep

'It's outrageous': A State sweep of nail bars found rampant employment law abuses

Two in five salons inspected last year broke rules on permits, payments or working hours.

# work - Thursday 7 June, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Lloyds Pharmacy workers have voted to go on strike next week Retail And Services

Lloyds Pharmacy workers have voted to go on strike next week

The industrial action follows the retailer rejecting a recommendation to sit down with union officials.

From TheJournal.ie 'It's outrageous': A State sweep of nail bars found rampant employment law abuses Work

'It's outrageous': A State sweep of nail bars found rampant employment law abuses

Two in five salons inspected last year broke rules on permits, payments or working hours.

From Business ETC Lloyds Pharmacy workers have voted to go on strike next week Retail And Services

Lloyds Pharmacy workers have voted to go on strike next week

The industrial action follows the retailer rejecting a recommendation to sit down with union officials.

# work - Tuesday 5 June, 2018

From Business ETC Major outsourcing firm Abtran is recruiting hundreds of people for its new Sligo hub Retail And Services

Major outsourcing firm Abtran is recruiting hundreds of people for its new Sligo hub

The company currently employs 2,000 workers at existing offices in Cork, Dublin, Kildare and southern India.

# work - Monday 4 June, 2018

From Business ETC 'It's outrageous': A State sweep of nail bars found rampant employment law abuses Work

'It's outrageous': A State sweep of nail bars found rampant employment law abuses

Two in five salons inspected last year broke rules on permits, payments or working hours.

# work - Sunday 3 June, 2018

From Business ETC What employers need to know about dealing with intoxicated staff Work

What employers need to know about dealing with intoxicated staff

Drug and drink dependency is considered a disability under employment equality laws.

# work - Friday 1 June, 2018

From Business ETC Access to affordable childcare would help plug skills gaps - and bring down business costs Policy And Economy

Access to affordable childcare would help plug skills gaps - and bring down business costs

The national competitiveness watchdog has branded Ireland ‘high-cost and rising’.

# work - Monday 28 May, 2018

From Business ETC Poll: Should gender pay gap reporting be compulsory? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Should gender pay gap reporting be compulsory?

Proposed legislation on mandatory disclosures is expected to be brought to the Oireachtas soon.

From Business ETC Many of Ireland's major employers fear revealing gender pay gaps will hurt their reputation Work

Many of Ireland's major employers fear revealing gender pay gaps will hurt their reputation

It is expected that organisations will have to publicly report the figures in the near future.

# work - Saturday 26 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing Tourism And Transport

Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing

Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.

From Business ETC Here's what firms need to know about bogus self-employment Work

Here's what firms need to know about bogus self-employment

With the government clamping down on the practice, this isn’t going away any time soon.

# work - Thursday 24 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing Tourism And Transport

Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing

Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.

# work - Saturday 19 May, 2018

From Business ETC Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing Tourism And Transport

Aer Lingus faces the industrial relations watchdog over its lost-property outsourcing

Trade unionists objected to the IAG-owned carrier’s decision to enlist a third party for the service.

From Business ETC This World Economic Forum exec has a warning for Ireland ahead of the next industrial revolution Policy And Economy

This World Economic Forum exec has a warning for Ireland ahead of the next industrial revolution

Martina Larkin says the country is lagging some of its European peers in key areas.

From Business ETC The Irish union in talks with Ryanair wants the airline hit with 'bogus self-employment' laws Tourism And Transport

The Irish union in talks with Ryanair wants the airline hit with 'bogus self-employment' laws

Fórsa appears to be on a collision course with the budget carrier as the parties try to hammer out a deal.

# work - Friday 18 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Should women get menstrual leave for severe period pains? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should women get menstrual leave for severe period pains?

Menstrual leave is already in place in other countries and some private companies.

# work - Thursday 17 May, 2018

From Business ETC Despite Dublin's crazy rents, the head of LinkedIn Ireland says it's still an attractive place to work Work

Despite Dublin's crazy rents, the head of LinkedIn Ireland says it's still an attractive place to work

Sharon McCooey says the firm has little problem attracting new staff here.

# work - Saturday 12 May, 2018

From Business ETC A worker got €20,000 in compensation after becoming depressed on late shifts Work

A worker got €20,000 in compensation after becoming depressed on late shifts

The man was eventually dismissed after his request for day work was knocked back.

From Business ETC Here's what employers need to know about firing people on probation Insights And Opinion

Here's what employers need to know about firing people on probation

Firms often overlook a law that lets staff take an unfair dismissal case even when they’re being tried out.

From Business ETC Nursing homes want foreign work permit rules relaxed to solve their staffing 'crisis' Work

Nursing homes want foreign work permit rules relaxed to solve their staffing 'crisis'

An industry group says workers from countries like the Philippines could plug a skills gap.

# work - Sunday 6 May, 2018

From Business ETC Here's what employers need to know about transgender rights in the workplace Insights And Opinion

Here's what employers need to know about transgender rights in the workplace

It’s in the interest of businesses to embrace diversity.

# work - Saturday 5 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Inside the battle over unpaid wages at the collapsed Irish YouTube channel Facts Workplace Relations

Inside the battle over unpaid wages at the collapsed Irish YouTube channel Facts

Former staff have taken the business to the Workplace Relations Commission over outstanding pay.

# work - Thursday 3 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Overseas construction workers are turning down moves to Ireland due to high property prices Work

Overseas construction workers are turning down moves to Ireland due to high property prices

The property sector has suffered from a lack of skilled workers in recent years.

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