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Let's play... work Christmas party bingo
Is your workplace’s Christmas celebration coming up? Why not play our specially tailored game of Bingo and spice it up.
Console seminar to help employers identify warning signs of suicide in their employees
The training programme will also help colleagues cope with the aftermath of suicide in the workplace.
Cork City confirm John Caulfield as manager
The club’s joint-record goal scorer has penned a two-year deal with the club.
Man terrifies his boss at work
He may also terrify you.
Here's how Twitter reacted to the end of Trap
There’s been a lot of enthusiasmus to tweet about Trap.
Decision on Allen's future in Limerick set for next Tuesday
There is speculation that this year’s Munster title winning manager will not be going forward for another term.
15 per cent of Irish workers don’t take their allotted holiday allowance
A survey finds that Irish workers feeling the strain of holding down a job as well as work pressures is contributing to them not taking their holidays.
9 signs your boss should be eliminated from the earth
How many of these warning signs does your boss display?
How to have fun on International Fun at Work Day
It’s today you know. Look busy!
Will your tweets get you fired?
This app can check that out for you…
VIDEO: We're cool! Benitez rejects talk of poor relationship with Chelsea owner Abramovich
‘The relationship is fine. I don’t have any problem.’
Dickov is off: Giantkiller Paul steps down as Oldham boss
The Scot vacates his post just a week after leading his team to an FA Cup win over Liverpool.
Gordon Strachan wants to have ‘one hell of a party’ with Ireland at Euro 2016
“Hopefully the Scottish and Irish can get together at a major tournament,” said the former Celtic manager.
The Pep Guardiola rumour roadshow stops off at Bayern Munich
The German club are keeping ‘ruhig’ about the whole deal but could be about to out-fox Chelsea and Man City.
Pep would leap at the chance to coach Brazil, reveals loose-lipped confidant
For goodness’ sake, the man just wants to relax with his family in New York.
IBRC CEO paid €600,000 + in allowances over three years
Alan Dukes of IBRC told Minister Michael Noonan that staff pay cuts at the bank were not pursued partly because of the difficulty in retaining and attracting staff.
Paul Cook officially confirmed as Chesterfield manager
The former Sligo boss takes over from former Ireland midfielder John Sheridan.
Paddy Power exec goes undercover on TV show
What happens when a Paddy Power board member goes undercover at the company?
VIDEO: Paolo di Canio duets with Toploader on 'Dancing in the Moonlight'
The Swindon boss was in fine voice at the club’s celebratory Party on the Pitch on Sunday.
"When the chips are down, we come together": Terry revels in FA Cup win
The Chelsea skipper was adamant that Andy Carroll’s headed chance did not cross the line and has urged his teammates to push on for another win in the Champions League.
'I'd punch Mario every day if I played with him' -- Mancini
“I don’t speak with him every day — otherwise I would need a psychologist — but I speak with him because I don’t want him to lose his quality.”
6 Reasons why you didn’t get the job
Why didn’t you get the job? There can be many reasons – and a boss has given their thoughts about some of the reasons people might not be familar with.
Former HSE boss pens behind-the-scenes book
Brendan Drumm hasn’t shied away from writing about the challenges and “major issues” he encountered while at the helm of the HSE for five years.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Energy regulator backs rise in Bord Gáis prices, Corrib ‘rape tape’ report released, and amazing video of a whale’s ‘thank you’ dance after being freed from fishing nets…
Irish managers among the most easygoing in Europe
A new study has found a north-south divide in Europe when it comes to the way business managers lead.