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# human resources

This year
Opinion: Shared maternity and paternity leave rights could end discrimination against working mothers
Current parental leave rights in Ireland are outdated and do as much to damage the rights of women in the workplace, writes Damien McCarthy.
Internal garda 'process' underway into serious bullying allegation
Sources said a colleague made allegations against the senior official.
Last year
Irish players to watch ahead of transfer deadline day
Here are a few of the Irish players who might be on the move by tomorrow night.
All time
How Ryanair's loudmouth approach helps them find 'fun, irreverent and cheeky' staff
The HR department says the company’s colourful media profile acts as a sort of recruitment filter.
QUIZ: How Good Are Your People Skills, Really? 
Let’s find out.
Column: What exactly is an 'outbreak'?
The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa raises some important questions about the treatment of infectious disease and the so-called developed world.
Column: We need a revolution in business, and these scandals prove it
Doing business ethically must become a priority – and done right it will make us more prosperous, writes Brian F Smyth.
€85k spent on hiring internal candidate to succeed Cardiff is 'best practice'
The government has defended the amount spent on hiring a successor to Kevin Cardiff from within the Department of Finance after details of the cost were revealed by TV3 News.
Ireland above EU average for innovation - study
A Europe-wide study rated us highly for research and skills – but noted a lack of financial support for innovative products.