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Mixed feelings towards new national wage agreement

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Many strands of Irish businesses wasted little time this week in hitting out at the new national wage agreement struck early on Wednesday morning, saying that the propsoed wage increases could represent the final nail in the coffin for many small to medium businesses.

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.

Laying off staff — what are my obligations?

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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.

HSE is scaremongering on Portiuncula dispute - INO

A spokesperson for the local branch of the Irish Nurses Organisation has accused the HSE of “scaremongering” following its warning this week that services would be curtailed and jobs put at risk if industrial action at Portiuncula was to go ahead.

Civil servants who qualify for medical cards down €200 a month

Up to 140 civil servants took to the streets of Kilkenny with placards outside government buildings yesterday in a one-day protest over the pensions levy.

Thinking about self-employment?

More and more people are now looking at the option of self-employment due to the increasing numbers of redundancies in the current economic climate.

Mellett welcomes decision to keep public payphones

Eircom has today confirmed to the Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council Cllr Joe Mellett that a number of payphones in east Mayo will be retained. This comes following numerous representations outlining the gravity of removing the public payphones. The service will remain at Charlestown, Bellaghy, Kiltimagh, Kilkelly, and Foxford for a further 12 months. They have also agreed to retain one of the kiosks at the courthouse in Swinford.

Flood Disaster Fund

As a gesture of support, Tidy Towns and the Erris - Africa group are holding a church gate collection to help those affected by the recent floods.

Unique online talent pool brings employers and employees together

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TWO businessmen have come up with the creation of an online talent pool that will bring employers and potential employees together in these recessionary times.

 

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