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Tuesday 31 January 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Management

Last year
2022
# Comeback
Paul Ince makes winning return to management
Lucas Joao and John Swift scored second-half goals in a 2-1 Reading win.
All time
# home comforts
Mayo legend Andy Moran takes first major step into management
The 2017 Footballer of the Year takes charge of his native Ballaghaderreen.
# Ratified
Mayo All-Star Mortimer makes move into club management in Kildare
The 38-year-old is taking over at Monasterevan.
# Retail
River Island tells UK staff 350 jobs to be cut in management shake-up
The move comes just a month after it had already said it would cut 250 head office staff as part of cost-cutting measures.
# TV appearance
Keane reiterates intention to become a manager and predicts 'exciting' times for Irish football
Ireland’s all-time record goalscorer didn’t address his contractual situation with the FAI, however.
# New Job
'It is a big boost for them to be looking up to Oisin' - Armagh great McConville takes over rising Monaghan club
The Crossmaglen legend’s arrival is a major coup for Inniskeen Grattans.
# Coaching
'I want to be my own man, develop my own style': Andy Reid enjoying new challenge with Ireland U18s
The former Ireland midfielder is enjoying his time in charge of the U18s while obtaining his UEFA Pro Licence.
# Sign Him Up
‘They should be banging his door down’: Lee Carsley a lost gem the FAI should be pushing for at all costs
The ex-Ireland midfielder has been hailed as one of the most promising coaches in English football.
# special crime operations
Frustration among number of new garda detectives following placements in special crime operations
The detectives are in areas such as drugs, fraud and cyber crime.
# clontarf hospital
Concerns raised at Dublin hospital over suicidal man's attempt to take own life
Hospital workers acted to save the man’s life after discovering him in a staff pantry engaging in self-harm.
# future of work
The future of work: How these Irish workplaces are ending the era of the boss
We spoke to the forward-looking companies breaking down traditional hierarchies.
# looking well guards
A new survey commissioned by An Garda Síochána says 92% of people trust the force
The figures will now be released every quarter.
# going forward
'They took the eye off the ball, those calls nearly cost them'
Bernard Flynn feels that Mayo are in with a chance of All-Ireland glory, but only if the right decisions are made on the line.
# Yes or No
The 8 answers the Commissioner gave when asked if she had confidence in her team
Labour TD Alan Kelly said he found it “alarming” that the Garda Commissioner could not express confidence in everyone on her management team.
# Transport
Here's why foreign airlines are queuing to set up operations in Ireland
Sweden’s SAS airline is the latest carrier to apply for an Irish air operators licence.
Voices
You can learn a lot about management from potty training your child
A good manager is clear on what’s expected, gives feedback, encourages, develops and rewards.
# Ambition
Gary Neville: I won't end up in management
The Valencia boss has revealed he does not intend to stay in the dugout long-term.
# Mark Molloy
Staff failed to recognise signs of foetal distress in baby who died at 22 minutes old
The HSE has apologised to the baby’s parents.
# work machine
18 things successful people do in the first 10 minutes of the workday
It’s Monday, it’s a new day. Let’s get productive.
# France
McDonald's has apologised for telling staff on the French Riviera not to feed "tramps"
The fast food restaurant has been forced to apologise for a note it sent to staff members telling them not to feed the homeless.
# Debt Management
Those in debt will not be hit with extra VAT charge
A ruling has found that debt management company Money Village will not be subject to VAT.
# All over
On the 19th: Legal dispute between Rory McIlroy and Horizon settled out of court
No details have been released about the size of the settlement, though.
# SME focus
Here are some really good ways to get staff to do what you want (without forcing them)
For January’s in-depth coverage of SMEs, we looked at the importance of setting goals and getting staff working together.
# share the love
How to: Get the most out of staff... by being nice to them
A bit of ‘fair play’ in the workplace can go a long way.
# Cake
Shane Curran is set to begin life in the dugout after club appointment
It’s management next for Cake.
# Cork
Junior doctors set to strike over €10,000 wage cut
Trainee doctors in Cork University Hospital had their salary scales changed without agreement in July.
# Optimism
Most Irish people think they could have more money in six months' time ...
… and at the very least think they won’t have any less money.
# burials
Glasnevin Trust is helping with the burial of Ebola victims in Sierre Leone
Proper burials of the dead is preserving the dignity of the deceased.
# GRA
Gardaí afraid of attacks from "darker element" of water protests
In a statement from the Garda Representative Association, it states that “the uniform no longer offers the protection of our democratic society”.
# ballot
Staff in six of Dublin's major hospitals vote for strike action
The pay and roster dispute involves hospital porters, catering operatives, laboratory assistants and CSSD Technicians.
# George McNeice
IMO votes against review into former boss's €10 million pension pot
George McNeice left the organisation with the massive pension pot in 2012.
# Stay Classy
Shouldn't you be at school, SMEs? How a lack of training is letting down business
Poll: What’s the best way to learn about running a business, in class or the school of hard knocks?
# Kingdom Trust
Jack on Eamonn Fitz - 'He was always a good thinker, he had leadership qualities'
Kerry’s minor boss is well aware what Kerry’s senior boss has to offer.
# galway university hospital -west
Nurses in overcrowded emergency department given stress management help
Galway University Hospital-West/North West Hospitals Group said that recruitment of more nurses is underway.
# Management
NASA is creating its own air traffic control system for drones
The control system will be entirely automated, and will be first used for agriculture next year.
Voices
Opinion: How to go from friend to boss overnight
How do you manage colleagues who are also friends?
# strike off
Strike action at National Gallery called off
Staff went on strike last month over a disagreement about leave and pay arrangements.
# Poll
Poll: If you were being bullied at work what would you do?
Would you tell your boss or keep it to yourself?
# Waterford
Bausch & Lomb staff vote in favour of cost cutting measures
SIPTU staff voted in favour of the measures. TEEU members will vote tomorrow.
# Dispute
Aer Lingus and IMPACT to meet for Labour Court talks
The union and airline are engaged in a dispute that centres on rosters, which cabin crew want changed.