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Mayo's sporty women could provide insight on gender gap

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A new report on sports participation rates in Mayo and Sligo has found that women here are massively bucking the national trend by being more active than their male counterparts.

‘Linking In’ aiming to deliver a brighter future for workers in the west

A new free service targeted at helping employers and employees, who may have an illness or injury, to enable them to return to work is now available across Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon.

New service launched to help workers return to work after absence

A new free service targeted at helping employers and employees, who may have suffered a serious illness or injury, return to work is now available across Galway, Mayo and Roscommon.

‘Linking In’ aiming to deliver a brighter future for workers in the west

A new free service targeted at helping employers and employees, who may have an illness or injury, to enable them to return to work is now available across Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon.

OPW apprenticeships open

The Commissioners of Public Works have launched a new programme for apprenticeships in the areas of carpentry/joinery and stonemasonry.

Goverment attacking working mothers — Chambers

Fianna Fáil local area representative for Castlebar, Lisa Chambers, has accused the Government of engaging in a targeted attack on working mothers. This week she raised the issue that €70 million has been taken from maternity benefit in the last two budgets, through a new tax on the benefit this year and a cut in weekly payments next year. She said, “Last year Fine Gael decided to tax maternity benefit for the first time in history. This tax kicked in in July and has resulted in thousands of mothers in Mayo losing up to €2,700 or €450 per month during their 26 weeks maternity leave.”

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.

Public meeting tonight to call for national strike

A public meeting, to be held in Galway tonight, will argue the case for holding a 24-hour national strike, in opposition to tax hikes and austerity.

Sick leave entitlement viewed as ‘a right by public sector’ — Conneely

Absenteeism in the public sector is viewed by a minority as an ‘entitlement’ and used by some to take a holiday from work, according to the chairman of HSE West, Cllr Padraig Conneely.

 

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