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Workers not ‘comfortable’ taking sick leave for mental health issues

Some 60 per cent of Irish workers are "not comfortable" taking sick leave if or when they experience mental health challenges.

Call for workers experiencing domestic violence to be given paid leave

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With more than 100 instances of reported domestic abuse in Galway last year, Ireland must follow the lead of Australia and the United States by introducing paid leave to workers experiencing domestic violence.

‘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.

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.

Sick pay proposal is fatal for jobs in childcare sector, child development group warns

Early Childhood Ireland wrote to senators regarding Minister Joan Burton’s sick pay proposal ahead of Minister Richard Bruton’s address to the Seanad this week. It warned: “This flawed sick pay proposal would be fatal for jobs in the childcare sector if implemented, forcing half of Ireland’s crèches and preschools out of business and driving thousands of people onto the dole queue. Minister Richard Bruton must face up to the anti jobs nature of this dangerous proposal.”

Mayo Chambers oppose transferring sick pay cost to businesses

Mayo Chambers have called for the Government not to increase the cost of employment by transferring the cost of sick pay on to employers or raising PRSI in Budget 2013.

Folly of sick pay proposals highlighted as jobs crisis escalates — Calleary

Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Jobs Dara Calleary has said the latest Live Register figures show that the jobs crisis continues to deteriorate and that the Government’s jobs strategy is not working. Deputy Calleary has again appealed to the Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton not to make things worse by introducing a statutory sick pay scheme.

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