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From TheJournal.ie A journey through music, youth culture and loss is coming to Ballymun Electrolyte

A journey through music, youth culture and loss is coming to Ballymun

A new work opens tonight in the Axis theatre.

From Business ETC More scrutiny of company ownership is on the way Insights And Opnion

More scrutiny of company ownership is on the way

Irish-based companies will have to submit information on their beneficial owners to a central register

From Business ETC Who you know can make your career Insight And Opinion

Who you know can make your career

Networking is a career imperative in a time when we’re disconnecting from each other more and more.

From Business ETC What employers need to know about conducting a workplace investigation Insights And Opinion

What employers need to know about conducting a workplace investigation

There are some common mistakes organisations make during the course of an internal inquiry.

From Business ETC Indeed is hiring 600 new staff in Dublin Work

Indeed is hiring 600 new staff in Dublin

The job site currently employs more than 1,000 people in the city.

From Business ETC Poll: Would you hail a robotaxi? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you hail a robotaxi?

Elon Musk said he expects Tesla to have self-driving ‘robotaxis’ on the road by 2020.

From Business ETC How to think like a kick-boxer and sharpen your 'mental edge' at work Work

How to think like a kick-boxer and sharpen your 'mental edge' at work

When we spend too much time in our comfort zone, we’re unable to reach our full potential.

From Business ETC Your no-nonsense guide to turning workers into shareholders Work

Your no-nonsense guide to turning workers into shareholders

Share incentive schemes can help employers hang on to valuable staff.

From Business ETC Scam emails are more convincing than ever. Here's how to spot this classic con Work

Scam emails are more convincing than ever. Here's how to spot this classic con

The look, wording and design of fraudulent emails have evolved a lot over the years.

From Business ETC The passport system is getting a reboot as officials grapple a Brexit-related spike in applications Work

The passport system is getting a reboot as officials grapple a Brexit-related spike in applications

The State is tendering a €13 million contract for provision of a system to help reduce processing times.

From Business ETC Forget easy fixes and power poses, the best way to improve your body language is hard work Insights And Opinion

Forget easy fixes and power poses, the best way to improve your body language is hard work

The key to developing strong, confident body language is to develop earned confidence.

From Business ETC How a renowned 'troubleshooter' held the secret to mastering tough meetings Work

How a renowned 'troubleshooter' held the secret to mastering tough meetings

Every manager should know about John Harvey-Jones’ ‘rule of three’ approach to confrontation.

From Business ETC How pizza and complimentary texts can motivate staff more than money Work

How pizza and complimentary texts can motivate staff more than money

A study at Intel reveals the ‘emotional journey’ of motivating employees.

From TheJournal.ie There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business Jobs

There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business

Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.

From TheJournal.ie There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business Work

There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business

Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.

From Business ETC There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business Work

There has been a spike in managers buying into the multibillion-dollar life coaching business

Industry experts say execs are looking for skills to help them hang on to staff.

From Business ETC 'We have a simple rule in the company - act like you're spending your own money' Insight And Opinion

'We have a simple rule in the company - act like you're spending your own money'

Spectrum Life’s Stephen Costello talks about his morning routine and the path to progress.

From TheJournal.ie 'We have a simple rule in the company - act like you're spending your own money' Insight And Opinion

'We have a simple rule in the company - act like you're spending your own money'

Spectrum Life’s Stephen Costello talks about his morning routine and the path to progress.

From TheJournal.ie Jobs platform Rezoomo has raised €550,000 as it gears up for a UK launch Startups And Tech

Jobs platform Rezoomo has raised €550,000 as it gears up for a UK launch

The Cork startup’s ‘talent attraction hub’ helps employers engage with candidates.

From Business ETC Jobs platform Rezoomo has raised €550,000 as it gears up for a UK launch Startups And Tech

Jobs platform Rezoomo has raised €550,000 as it gears up for a UK launch

The Cork startup’s ‘talent attraction hub’ helps employers engage with candidates.

From Business ETC How business coaching is not just for people with 'notions' Work

How business coaching is not just for people with 'notions'

An outsider’s perspective can help whip entrepreneurs into shape.

From TheJournal.ie The crystal ball of HP's Irish boss shows a future of subscription-based PCs Startups And Tech

The crystal ball of HP's Irish boss shows a future of subscription-based PCs

Gary Tierney has been with the company 30 years and sees fresh opportunities for the computer business.

Dear Fifi: I committed major fraud at work - but I stand by what I did

Can you believe it’s more than halfway through March already?

From Business ETC HP's Irish chief's crystal ball shows a future of subscription-based PCs Startups And Tech

HP's Irish chief's crystal ball shows a future of subscription-based PCs

Gary Tierney has been with the company 30 years and sees fresh opportunities for the computer business.

From Business ETC Why Ireland's employment laws need a revamp to reflect 'techno-stress' Work

Why Ireland's employment laws need a revamp to reflect 'techno-stress'

It’s time for employers to address the causes of work-relaxed anxiety.

From Business ETC How to dodge the iceberg when two workplace cultures merge Work

How to dodge the iceberg when two workplace cultures merge

The way an organisation conducts itself has a huge role to play in any merger or acquisition.

From Business ETC How to avoid hefty payouts for misusing security cameras in the workplace Work

How to avoid hefty payouts for misusing security cameras in the workplace

Employers are entitled to collect CCTV footage – as long as it is justifiable.

From Business ETC Three ways innovators can address gender bias in artificial intelligence Work

Three ways innovators can address gender bias in artificial intelligence

Leaders must be diligent in how they use the tech to ensure it helps, not hinders, the inclusion of people.

From TheJournal.ie Cork's HireHive is so committed to remote working its boss moved to Italy Startups And Tech

Cork's HireHive is so committed to remote working its boss moved to Italy

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the recruitment software company.

From Business ETC Cork's HireHive is so committed to remote working its boss moved to Italy Startups And Tech

Cork's HireHive is so committed to remote working its boss moved to Italy

As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the recruitment software company.

From TheJournal.ie 'Totally unmanageable': It's taking months for some businesses to secure foreign worker permits Startups And Tech

'Totally unmanageable': It's taking months for some businesses to secure foreign worker permits

The department plans to ‘eliminate the impact of seasonal challenges’ by allocating more resources.

From Business ETC The casual contracts bill is just around the corner. Here's what employers need to know Insights And Opinion

The casual contracts bill is just around the corner. Here's what employers need to know

The incoming law brings five key changes to how businesses use flexible staff.

From TheJournal.ie 'Totally unmanageable': It's taking months for some businesses to secure foreign worker permits Startups And Tech

'Totally unmanageable': It's taking months for some businesses to secure foreign worker permits

The department plans to ‘eliminate the impact of seasonal challenges’ by allocating more resources.

From Business ETC Your next work trip shouldn't be confined to soulless airports and generic hotels Tourism And Transport

Your next work trip shouldn't be confined to soulless airports and generic hotels

‘Bleisure’ travel can help improve productivity and staff retention rates.

From Business ETC How to silence your 'inner lawyer' and voice stronger opinions Work

How to silence your 'inner lawyer' and voice stronger opinions

We see other people’s faults as character flaws and make excuses for ourselves.

From Business ETC 'Totally unmanageable': It's taking months for some businesses to secure foreign worker permits Startups And Tech

'Totally unmanageable': It's taking months for some businesses to secure foreign worker permits

The department plans to ‘eliminate the impact of seasonal challenges’ by allocating more resources.

From TheJournal.ie Executive assistants' salaries have shot up because too few aides have 'global' skills Work

Executive assistants' salaries have shot up because too few aides have 'global' skills

The average wage for a corporate aide in the capital stands at €45,000.

From Business ETC Executive assistants' salaries have shot up because too few aides have 'global' skills Work

Executive assistants' salaries have shot up because too few aides have 'global' skills

The average wage for a corporate aide in the capital stands at €45,000.

From TheJournal.ie Hoteliers want extra time to prep for the 'financial pressure' of mandatory pensions Policy And Economy

Hoteliers want extra time to prep for the 'financial pressure' of mandatory pensions

Businesses are seeking a four-year extension to the full rollout of a proposed scheme.

From Business ETC Hoteliers want extra time to prep for the 'financial pressure' of mandatory pensions Policy And Economy

Hoteliers want extra time to prep for the 'financial pressure' of mandatory pensions

Businesses are seeking a four-year extension to the full rollout of a proposed scheme.

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