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Born is one year old and wants to give you a gift

Born Clothing in Newtownsmith is holding a weekend of activities from today to Sunday June 13 to celebrate its first birthday, and they are giving YOU a present!

Irish not fit to work

Ireland spends more per capita (40.9 per cent) on sickness and healthcare benefits than 24 countries featured in a Europe wide survey. Absenteeism in the workplace, meanwhile, is costing an estimated €750 million per annum.

Calleary promotes flexible work patterns to maintain jobs

The Minister for Labour Affairs, Dara Calleary TD, has welcomed the shift in focus in the information initiatives and activities at workplace level that are being planned by employers this year in connection with “Work Life Balance Day”.

Irish people work longest hours in 'old' Europe

Ireland and Luxembourg have the longest working week among 'old' Europe with an average of 39 hours while the French have the shortest at 35, Eurofound's European Industrial Relations Observatory (EIRO) said today.

CIPD to hold employment law seminar for the region

The CIPD Western Region in conjunction with Purdy Legal Solicitors has developed a residential weekend which will be held on Friday January 16 and Saturday January 17 in Hotel Westport aimed at providing business professionals, HR practitioners, supervisors, and managers with a thorough grounding in the main elements of employment law in Ireland.

CIPD to hold employment law seminar for the region

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The CIPD Western Region in conjunction with Purdy Legal Solicitors has developed a residential weekend which will be held on Friday January 16 and Saturday January 17 in Hotel Westport aimed at providing business professionals, HR practitioners, supervisors, and managers with a thorough grounding in the main elements of employment law in Ireland.

WDC welcomes rollout of national broadband scheme

The Western Development Commission has welcomed the Government’s National Broadband Scheme which will see broadband rolled out to all parts of the western region by September 2010.

20 per cent of students absent for a month

Westmeath has the third highest 2nd level school absentee rate in the country behind Leitrim and Cavan, according to figures released earlier this year from the school attendance body, the National Educational Welfare Board (NEWB) but highlighted by the teachers' union, the INTO, at conference this week.

The challenge of eating well on shift work

If you’re a shift worker then you know that you face special challenges to eat well when your lifestyle is upside down because you're working night shifts or split shifts, several jobs during the week, or attending night classes.

 

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