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While it is "frustrating" to start the New Year in Lockdown, it is necessary and businesses and the public must follow Government guidelines and interpret the restrictions "conservatively for the next month at least".
Celebrating a milestone fifth business birthday this week, Hairloom, has made vast strides within the hairdressing industry since first opening its doors on John Broderick Street in the heart of Athlone.
With more people slowly returning to work, "a cast iron guarantee" is needed that childcare for essential workers would return on June 29 as the Government "has promised".
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has requested the Taoiseach and Government to pay a wage subsidy directly to employers to allow them to continue to pay staff during the current crisis.
As we approach the end of January, it is most likely that your New Year, new me ideals and promises have sadly fallen by the wayside; it happens to us all.
Epilepsy Ireland’s local community resource officer for Mayo, Edel Killarney, has encouraged employers and people within the community living with epilepsy to attend their employment rights session next week.
More than 70 HR professionals and business owners from local SMEs to large multinationals attended the recent employment law breakfast briefing hosted by Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group.
I was working full-time and was also doing a few hours with another company in the evenings. I recently lost my full-time job. Can I claim Jobseeker’s Benefit and continue working a couple of hours each evening?
Although a study in 2017 showed that the average Irish worker only has a 22.2 hour working week, this is certainly not true across all levels of the career ladder. In many professions, the number of hours worked each week far exceeds this number and, in fact, exceeds the 40 hour week which is held up as the standard. For example, those working in the Irish agricultural and forestry industries work over 50 hours per week, while managers and directors in Ireland work an average of 42.6 hours each week. However, it is not only by increasing the number of hours worked that employee productivity can be improved so here are some top tips to increase efficiency in the workplace.
If you are not feeling very motivated in your current job, it maybe as a result of poor job satisfaction.