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Sleep advice for shift workers from Better Bedding

If you are a shift worker, aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg, 3am to 7am). This will help to keep your sleep clock regular. Use the weekend or days off to get in some extra “recovery” sleep.

Four HSE West employees fired over absenteeism issues

Four employees of the HSE in the west area lost their jobs in the last 12 months due to absenteeism issues.

Four HSE West employees fired over absenteeism issues

Four employees of the HSE in the west area lost their jobs in the last 12 months due to absenteeism issues.

Frontline workers being hung out to dry

Ireland’s frontline workers are being hung out to dry by this Government. Members of An Garda Siochana, nurses, firefighters, ambulance personnel, and prison officers cannot and should not be targeted again for pay cuts, dressed up in any guise.

GCBA pedestrian counter reveals city footfall

The annual Christmas shopping spree may have taken its time in taking off but it grew to reach highs of nearly 50,000 visitors in just one day, according to figures released by the Galway City Business Association (GCBA).

Galway and Roscommon University Hospital Group to tackle absenteeism

The Galway and Roscommon University Hospital Group is taking a multi-faceted approach to tackling absenteeism with a focus on maximising attendance, providing supportive structures for staff who, either as a result of the working environment or in the course of natural life events, become ill, and by addressing any inappropriate use of sick leave schemes.

Actions under way to reduce absenteeism in HSE West

The HSE West is to implement actions to reduce daily absenteeism figure across all sites and all services in HSE West, which currently stands at five per cent, to a reduced 3.5 per cent rate.

Could working from home solve our traffic congestion?

Social scientists at NUI, Galway are looking at whether teleworking, or working from home, might play a role in providing a solution to the city’s problems with traffic congestion.

Could working from home solve our traffic congestion?

Social scientists at NUI, Galway are looking at whether teleworking, or working from home, might play a role in providing a solution to the city’s problems with traffic congestion.

Entertainment this weekend

Bands this week at the Bodhrán bar are as follows:

 

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