# working - Tuesday 18 June, 2013
Casual Friday aside, you’d want to get it together.
# working - Friday 14 June, 2013
Figures published by Eurostat show that over 220 million people were employed in the EU in the first quarter of this year.
# working - Thursday 30 May, 2013
“Mary” has been living in Ireland since 2004 and says she can’t imagine her life anywhere else. Here, she explains what it’s like to live under the constant fear of deportation.
# working - Monday 27 May, 2013
The Small Firms Association says the lack of job opportunities has impacted on young people more than any other group in Irish society and called on the government to face the problem head-on.
# working - Saturday 4 May, 2013
Following the tragic accident at a Bangladesh clothing factory, Penneys has said it will give money to people who lost family members in the collapse – but we as consumers have a responsibility too, says Ruth Tanner.
# working - Friday 3 May, 2013
# working - Sunday 21 April, 2013
It’s part of modern life – but there are ways to let go…
# working - Friday 29 March, 2013
From grabbing, to marrying cousins, to bare-knuckle fighting, Pavee Point’s Martin Collins dispels some Traveller prejudices.
# working - Tuesday 12 March, 2013
Sick days as a result of headaches cost employers nearly €100 million annually according to a survey carried out by Nurofen as part of Headache Awareness Week.
# working - Wednesday 6 March, 2013
In a survey, both male and female professionals said demanding family commitments was the reason for not taking up the opportunity.
# working - Tuesday 5 March, 2013
A survey has shown that costs are also preventing many parents from taking up employment.
# working - Sunday 3 March, 2013
Yahoo says that its employees are no longer allowed to work from home – but if you do, these are the benefits and drawback of telecommuting that you need to know…
# working - Wednesday 27 February, 2013
It’s not about public sector vs private sector. It’s about human rights.
# working - Sunday 10 February, 2013
I will inherit the actions of the electorate’s decisions for decades to come, so why shouldn’t I be able to influence government policy too, asks Adam Houlihan.
# working - Tuesday 25 December, 2012
Community nurse Deirdre O’Hara describes her day travelling to visit those in need – some sick, and some lonely.
# working - Saturday 15 December, 2012
FIFA President makes the comment despite no contentious decision needing to be made during Club World Cup trial.
# working - Thursday 22 November, 2012
Scrapping mandatory retirement means people can contribute to the economy – and their pensions – for as long as they wish, writes Peter Kavanagh.
# working - Tuesday 6 November, 2012
Working at home is not as relaxing as one might think, writes Ann-Marie Scully who says she even misses the morning commute.
# working - Sunday 21 October, 2012
Preparation, examples, telling the company what they need to know: Some basic things to remember when going for that job.
# working - Sunday 14 October, 2012
Smoking as a hobby? Surfing the internet as a skill? Join the club.
# working - Saturday 13 October, 2012
A referral by a friend or colleague is one of the more fruitful avenues to explore in job hunting.
# working - Thursday 4 October, 2012
The Department of Jobs has said that its performance must relate to services delivered and not money spent as figures show it underspent by €85 million in the first three quarters of 2012.
# working - Wednesday 26 September, 2012
A worldwide survey by LinkedIn seems to be waving goodbye to desk phones, the 9 to 5 job and the suit. Oh well.
# working - Wednesday 19 September, 2012
There has been an annual decrease in employment of 33,400 people in the year to the second quarter of 2012, with the long-term unemployment accounting for 59.9 per cent of total.
# working - Wednesday 8 August, 2012
Workers clocking up more than an hour on average in unpaid overtime each month.
# working - Thursday 5 July, 2012
Minister Jan O’Sullivan said today that some estates are finished and hundreds more are being worked on – but some will have to be demolished.
# working - Thursday 28 June, 2012
4.1 per cent of the population are now listed as being carers, latest census figures show, as 13 per cent of the population claim they have a disability.
A survey of American office workers has revealed the use of excuses such as it being Elvis’ birthday and stumbling upon the love of their life for being late for work as well as other interesting findings.
# working - Wednesday 27 June, 2012
A new survey shows many employees feel expected to log on before and after work. So what do you think?
Irish employees work later than the German, British or French according to a new survey.
# working - Sunday 17 June, 2012
However, the costs fall dramatically as children grow older and begin school.
# working - Wednesday 13 June, 2012
The Economic and Social Research Institute has issued another statement in relation to the controversial working paper which it withdrew yesterday.
The academic who co-authored the controversial article which was withdrawn by the ESRI said he stands over his findings.
# working - Tuesday 12 June, 2012
In an unprecedented step, the widely cited thinktank has withdrawn a working paper which said that as many as 44 per cent of people with children would be better off on the dole than working.
# working - Wednesday 6 June, 2012
Mobile workers will represent 57 per cent of the total working population by 2016 it is estimated.
# working - Tuesday 22 May, 2012
The influential Irish-born workplace philosopher is to make a rare appearance in Dublin next month.
# working - Tuesday 15 May, 2012
Almost one-third of EU citizens will be aged 65 or over by 2060, says EU report.
# working - Sunday 1 January, 2012
Survey claims that over half of respondents didn’t take all their annual leave days because they were too busy or under too much pressure at work.
# working - Tuesday 6 December, 2011
Budget 2012 has seen an increase of 2 percentage points in VAT and an increase in tax on fuel.
# working - Tuesday 15 November, 2011
The study, by the ESRI, looks at the impact of equality policies and flexible working on employees, comparing data from 2003 and 2009.