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Irish companies bet their bottom dollar on the green agenda

Decarbonisation is not only good for the environment, it’s good for the bottom line<p>Fri, Nov 27, 2015, 07:35 Updated: Fri, Nov 27, 2015, 07:42<p>There …

Catholic Church’s influence over Irish hospital medicine persists

Nuns sit on St Vincent’s board of directors and doctors must sign contracts promising adherence to hospital ethos<p>Thu, Apr 28, 2016, 00:59<p>The …

Four in 10 companies willing to make unethical decisions to keep firm afloat

Global fraud survey finds one in ten firms would offer cash payment to survive<p>Thu, Apr 21, 2016, 00:01<p>Almost four in ten Irish companies would be …

The City

Irish Water: Protests Against Irish Water Charges

Dublin Bus unions reject pay offer of 6% over four years

Ibec warns of threats to Irish economic growth

Siptu warns Luas dispute 'could turn into lockout'

<b>11am:</b> Luas staff have been accused of sparking a pay crisis in the public sector.<p>Founding President of the University of Limerick Doctor Ed Walsh …

Ireland has the second highest percentage of low-paying jobs in the world

Image: Payslip via Shutterstock<p>Image: Payslip via Shutterstock<p>Microsoft says it can't make its $22,000 mega-tablet fast enough to meet demand — so …

Ireland ranks poorly for low paid workers

The prevelance of low pay in Ireland is high compared with other countries, with women most at risk, the Nevin Economic Research Institute has …

Staff in public service to seek further improvements in terms and conditions

Salaries & Wages

A third of Irish employees don't feel appreciated at work

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Postgraduate options: Moving up a level to master the job market

Research shows that advanced degree holders are more employable and earn higher salaries<p>Tue, Mar 8, 2016, 01:00 Updated: Tue, Mar 8, 2016, …

Facebook announces plans to create 200 jobs in Dublin

Social network started in Ireland with 30 people in October 2008, will soon employ 1,500<p>Mon, Mar 14, 2016, 11:45<p>Facebook has confirmed plans to …

Finding A Job In Ireland - Collins McNicholas

6 benefits of Partnering with a Recruitment Consultancy

Many SMEs can sometimes be reluctant to hire a recruitment agency, citing cost as the number one reason not to.<p>While a recruitment fee is unavoidable …

CorkBIC 2014 Entrepreneur Experience

Young Irish entrepreneur Deirdre Collins on journey to success for Dees Wholefoods

The Interview: John Beckett, entrepreneur who built the first Ryanair website (video) - Companies | siliconrepublic.com - Ireland's Technology News Service

Fifteen years ago the then 17-year-old John Beckett built the first Ryanair website. Little did he know he would help ignite a revolution in aviation …

Fear of failure is deterring entrepreneurs

A ‘second chance’ programme could help remove stigma and empower those starting businesses<p>Most Read

The successful Irish entrepreneurs who have moved to Silicon Valley and are taking on the tech world

Irish companies are making it big in Silicon Valley, a tech-savvy world which has become Hollywood without the dysfunction. Barbara McCarthy met some …

'I left a well-paid job to set up my company and feared the backlash'

Image: Shane O'Neill Fennell Photograph<p>Image: Shane O'Neill Fennell Photograph<p>EVEN FOR YOUNG entrepreneurs with an inspired idea for a business, …

20% increase in number of women setting up firms

Participation by female entrepreneurs in Enterprise Ireland’s High Potential Start-Up programme increased to 20% this year. The target was …

These were the bumper industries for Irish startups last year

Image: Robert Scoble<p>Image: Robert Scoble<p>IRISH ENTREPRENEURS SHOOK off the economic woes last year and launched the highest number of new businesses …

I want to turn every single Trinity student into an entrepreneur

Interview: Dr Patrick Prendergast Provost, Trinity College<p>The enterprising provost talks about his plans for a new business school<p>IT IS a strange …