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From TheJournal.ie The average graduate starting salary is now over €30,000 Employment

The average graduate starting salary is now over €30,000

Law is the best paid sector, according to new research.

From Business ETC As ad agencies jockey tech firms for staff, the industry is campaigning to fix its public image Media And Marketing

As ad agencies jockey tech firms for staff, the industry is campaigning to fix its public image

Unable to compete on salaries, firms are focusing on providing workers with a higher ‘purpose’.

From TheJournal.ie New process will make it easier for non-European partners of Irish citizens to work here Emigration

New process will make it easier for non-European partners of Irish citizens to work here

Partners of Irish citizens can now apply for permission to reside in the country before they travel to Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Do you check your work emails out-of-hours? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you check your work emails out-of-hours?

Laws to allow the right to disconnect will be considered by government, Business Minister Heather Humphreys says.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin startup BidRecruit is taking the 'pain points' out of recruitment Startups And Tech

Dublin startup BidRecruit is taking the 'pain points' out of recruitment

In our weekly Startup Scout series, Fora picks out the latest promising companies emerging in Ireland.

From Business ETC We've teamed up with Griffith College to give a future business leader an online MBA scholarship Work

We've teamed up with Griffith College to give a future business leader an online MBA scholarship

You could earn a qualification in association with Edinburgh Business School normally worth €12,000.

From Business ETC Most professionals feel 'obliged' to work overtime - but they don't get paid for it Work

Most professionals feel 'obliged' to work overtime - but they don't get paid for it

A Morgan McKinley report also suggested there’s a strong appetite for trendy flexible-work options.

From Business ETC Poll: Would a company's values be enough to compel you to change jobs? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Would a company's values be enough to compel you to change jobs?

Workers seem to care less about cash and more about culture when it comes to career choices.

From TheJournal.ie No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working Work

No commuting and casting a wider talent net - why businesses are opting for remote working

Irish industry experts and business people weigh in on the pros and cons of the ‘smarter way’ to work.

From TheJournal.ie Upfront rent and relocation services - how tech companies are winning talent as rents keep rising Work

Upfront rent and relocation services - how tech companies are winning talent as rents keep rising

Ireland’s recruitment and tech experts weigh in on how to attract the best staff to Dublin.

From Business ETC Poll: Would you pay extra rent for the perks of co-living? Work This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you pay extra rent for the perks of co-living?

Shared living remains a hot topic in Ireland as more groups enter the Dublin scene.

From TheJournal.ie 'I'm still living in a land where we're starting from scratch - and maybe that's a good thing' Insights And Opinion

'I'm still living in a land where we're starting from scratch - and maybe that's a good thing'

Tina McKenzie, CEO of Grafton Recruitment, talks about over-committing and her dream job that doesn’t exist.

From Business ETC Poll: Would a company's green credentials affect your job choice? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Would a company's green credentials affect your job choice?

Businesses are facing pressure from employees who are worried about their impact on the environment.

From TheJournal.ie PepTalk is taking a data-driven approach to improving employee engagement Startups And Tech

PepTalk is taking a data-driven approach to improving employee engagement

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

From TheJournal.ie Where psychology meets engineering: Irish Rail has just hired its first 'human factors' specialist Tourism And Transport

Where psychology meets engineering: Irish Rail has just hired its first 'human factors' specialist

Nora Balfe will be working with the company to reduce risks due to human error.

From Business ETC Report calls on companies to implement a clearer strategy on innovation training Work

Report calls on companies to implement a clearer strategy on innovation training

The Skillnet-commissioned study found that 69% of companies don’t have any programmes in place.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think you would be more productive working from home? Insights And Opinion This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think you would be more productive working from home?

Remote working could increase productivity, but it could also decrease one’s commitment to a company.

From Business ETC Supply isn't keeping up with the demand to fill cybersecurity jobs in Ireland Startups And Tech

Supply isn't keeping up with the demand to fill cybersecurity jobs in Ireland

A jump in demand for suitable candidates has increased Ireland’s skills gap in the area.

From Business ETC Where psychology meets engineering: Irish Rail has just hired its first 'human factors' specialist Tourism And Transport

Where psychology meets engineering: Irish Rail has just hired its first 'human factors' specialist

Nora Balfe will be working with the company to reduce risks due to human error.

From Business ETC Grafton Recruitment is expanding with plans for four new offices around Ireland Work

Grafton Recruitment is expanding with plans for four new offices around Ireland

The company recorded a 22% increase in turnover last year.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Is a four-day work week a good idea? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is a four-day work week a good idea?

There are pros and cons.

From TheJournal.ie 'Employees will work smarter, not longer': Is Ireland ready for a four-day working week? Ireland 2029

'Employees will work smarter, not longer': Is Ireland ready for a four-day working week?

Welcome to TheJournal.ie’s 10-week podcast series, Ireland 2029.

From Business ETC LinkedIn will help people returning to the workforce as it starts another hiring spree Startups And Tech

LinkedIn will help people returning to the workforce as it starts another hiring spree

The company will reach 2,000 people next year and move into a second office building.

From Business ETC Indeed is working with Central Bank economists to analyse competitive areas of the jobs market Work

Indeed is working with Central Bank economists to analyse competitive areas of the jobs market

The top 20 jobs facing potential labour supply shortages include roles in finance, healthcare and tech.

From Business ETC Poll: Do you think you'd be more productive with a four-day work week? Work This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think you'd be more productive with a four-day work week?

There has been calls for a four-day working week with companies worldwide deciding to cut office hours.

From Business ETC Your crash course in... parental leave Policy And Economy

Your crash course in... parental leave

Here’s how businesses are changing their attitudes to parental leave.

From Business ETC The four-day work week is a hot topic around the water cooler. But it might not be for everyone Work

The four-day work week is a hot topic around the water cooler. But it might not be for everyone

Experts weigh in on how the change to a shorter week could affect the workplace.

From TheJournal.ie Hewlett Packard Enterprise spin-out DXC is cutting jobs in Ireland as part of a global shift Startups And Tech

Hewlett Packard Enterprise spin-out DXC is cutting jobs in Ireland as part of a global shift

The company has opened a voluntary redundancy programme in its Irish and UK operations.

From TheJournal.ie Meet the Frenchman who's helping WeWork take on the Irish office scene Work

Meet the Frenchman who's helping WeWork take on the Irish office scene

Mathieu Proust, the boss of WeWork in Britain and Ireland, on building a community in Dublin

From Business ETC Burnout is now officially an 'occupational phenomenon', here's how Ireland is coping Work

Burnout is now officially an 'occupational phenomenon', here's how Ireland is coping

Some of Ireland’s top recruitment specialists give their insights into “burnout”.

From Business ETC Hewlett Packard Enterprise spin-out DXC is cutting jobs in Ireland as part of a global shift Startups And Tech

Hewlett Packard Enterprise spin-out DXC is cutting jobs in Ireland as part of a global shift

The company has opened a voluntary redundancy programme in its Irish and UK operations.

From Business ETC As rents rise, people are looking beyond Dublin for their next job Work

As rents rise, people are looking beyond Dublin for their next job

While Dublin is once again ‘booming’, prices are booming too and that presents challenges.

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.

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