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Employment law event attracts business professionals

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.

Irish employees seek flexibility in working roles

It has been revealed that almost half of Irish adults want to move away from the traditional 9am-5pm working pattern, instead favouring earlier starts. In total, only 23 percent of respondents would consider 9am-5pm to be their most preferable working hours. With unemployment at its lowest level in ten years, businesses will need to think about how they can adapt to people’s changing expectations of their work life.

Sleep advice for shift workers

If you work shifts, aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg, 3am to 7am). This will help to keep your sleep clock regular. Use the weekend or days off to get in some extra “recovery” sleep. Make sure the sleeping environment is as conducive to rest as possible.

Gardai launch road safety appeal ahead of Bank Holiday Weekend

Gardai are askubg all road users to take care over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend. The appeal was made ahead of a major Garda operation focusing on road safety during the holiday.

Sleep advice for shift workers

If you work shifts, aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg, 3am to 7am). This will help to keep your sleep clock regular. Use the weekend or days off to get in some extra “recovery” sleep. Make sure the sleeping environment is as conducive to rest as possible.

Zero hour contracts are part of a failed business model – Moran

Businesses will have to find new models of work practices to end the casualisation of work.

Sleep advice for shift workers

Those who work shifts can often struggle to get a decent sleep, but Better Bedding advises workers to aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg 3am-7am) to help to keep your sleep clock regular.

Sleep advice for shift workers

Aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg, 3am to 7am). This will help to keep your sleep clock regular. Use the weekend or days off to get in some extra “recovery” sleep. Make sure the sleeping environment is as conducive to rest as possible.

Top companies to work for in Ireland - as rated by employees

Dell has been ranked as the best company to work for in Ireland, according to data released by job site, Indeed.

Sleep tips for shift workers

Aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg, 3am to 7am). This seems to help keep your sleep clock regular.

 

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