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# retention - Thursday 11 July, 2019

Psychiatric nurses begin overtime ban as Dáil hears they've been propping up services by working extra hours

As of 7am this morning, psychiatric nurses have not been carrying out work beyond their contracted hours.

# retention - Sunday 1 July, 2018

Companies are losing droves of new hires over misleading jobs specs

Retention of staff has been cited as a big challenge by Irish businesses.

# retention - Saturday 23 December, 2017

'It certainly doesn't help': Tusla CEO says negative media coverage makes it harder to keep staff

Fred McBride was speaking at the end of another challenging year for the Child and Family Agency.

# retention - Sunday 22 October, 2017

Why aren't people taking up jobs as nurses, doctors and soldiers? The government plans to find out

The Public Pay Commission is to examine what are the main reasons for the recruitment and retention of staff in some sectors.

# retention - Wednesday 14 September, 2016

Why does Starbucks keep opening stores without planning permission?

Multiple outlets of the international coffee chain have fallen foul of planning laws in recent months.

# retention - Wednesday 5 September, 2012

Column: Why the Leaving Cert as we know it is redundant, by a headmaster

There are better assessment systems out there internationally, writes headmaster Arthur Godsil. So why aren’t we using them?

# retention - Friday 13 May, 2011

More students finishing secondary education than ever before

New report from Department of Education shows that more young men in particular are staying on to do Leaving Cert.