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# Employment

Last month
May 2024
Spouses and partners of employment permit holders will now be allowed to work in Ireland
This year
Employment recovery post-Covid was due to supports during pandemic, says study
Opinion: If we really want a more equal society, we need greater investment in adult learning
Dearbháil Lawless
Cabinet approves Bill to outlaw mandatory retirement age in employment contracts
Last year
Remote working: 'It has the potential to end the commute, which is getting worse'
Joanne Mangan
Central Bank expects a 'gradual and uneven' decline to inflation over next two years
Opinion: Shared maternity and paternity leave rights could end discrimination against working mothers
Damien McCarthy
RTÉ Current Affairs staff feel women have less access to opportunities than men, report finds
Tara Mines manager 'can't say' how long lay-offs of 650 workers will last
My remote work: 'I traded my two-hour London commute for Donegal and never looked back'
Brema Berkery and Siobhan McKenna
Many Irish adults at risk of falling behind in work as they don't have skills to thrive - report
Lawyer: 'The justifications for many redundancies in Ireland are getting thinner and thinner'
Ciarán Ahern
Majority of working asylum seekers are in low-skilled jobs and others struggle to find work
Analysis: The gender pay gap tells us less about wages and more about company power structures
Dr Aedín Doris
All time
Financial advisor: Your job just gone? Here's what you should do right now to mind your money
Mark O’Sullivan
Opinion: The remote work we do has transformed the lives of our entire family
Rowena Hennigan
Pharmaceutical company Novartis to cut up to 400 jobs in Dublin
Employment at highest level in 24 years with over 2.5 million working
Workplace Relations Commission recovered nearly €1 million in unpaid wages last year
Opinion: It's time we designed a better politics for women that benefits us all
Peter Burke
Payment to households hosting Ukrainian refugees ‘to be made in coming weeks’
Apache Pizza seeking to hire 500 people across 180 Irish stores before Christmas
Paul Murphy: 'The answer to the unemployment crisis isn't JobBridge 2.0'
Paul Murphy
10,000 jobseekers to be paid €306 per week as new work placement scheme launched
'No clear legal basis' for processing information around employee vaccine status, DPC says
Employees face income support 'cliff edge' unless supplementary payments extended, says Sinn Féin TD
Career Coaching: A woman rejoining the workforce needs advice on Zoom interviews
Sarah Geraghty
Opinion: Low ambition and poor policy keeping people with disabilities out of workplace
Joan O’Donnell
Over 420,000 people received the Pandemic Unemployment Payment this week
New weekly payment of €203 introduced for 65-year-olds after rise of pension age
Huawei to create 110 jobs in Ireland over next two years
Aldi to create 1,050 jobs across the country, including 700 permanent roles
Striking Debenhams workers 'shocked' at recommendation for €3m training fund
Poll: Should employees be given the right to ask to work from home?
On the pandemic unemployment payment? The Taoiseach says you should be seeking work
Wage subsidy extension, cheaper loans and rates waiver to be discussed at July stimulus meeting
Over one million people on Live Register or getting unemployment payment
US Supreme Court rules law protects LGBT workers from discrimination
Poll: Should a four-day work week become the norm?
Covid-19 brought major changes to labour market by end of first quarter, CSO stats show