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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Staff

All time
# performance related
SIPTU says Irish Water workers are not overpaid after reports of €5,000 bonuses for all staff
It’s reported that staff receive perks such as car allowances and fitness instructors as well as health insurance packages for executives and their spouses.
# Fallout
Irish engineers say Brexit has slowed down business - but they won't be sacking staff
However, a quarter have changed their plans for hiring as a result of Brexit.
# Leak
Patients at St James's unable to have water with tablets due to leak
Staff are currently being advised to limit showers and bathing for patients.
# Emergency
Dublin fire engines repeatedly taken out of action due to staff shortages
Dublin Fire Brigade said it is working to fill existing and future vacancies.
# Recruitment Drive
Search begins for new officers with "tolerance and humanity" to work in Irish prisons
The first recruits are expected to enter prison service college in early 2017.
# childminding ireland
Stand off: Workers to take protest to government after charity makes all staff redundant
The group will be staging a protest outside the Department of Children and Youth Affairs at 1pm tomorrow.
# Jobs
Irish Defence Forces to recruit 1,450 new staff
The 2016 campaign will specifically target increased female recruitment.
# at risk
Italy orders investigations after spate of childbirth deaths
The country has one of the lowest maternal mortality rates in the world.
Voices
'As a gay teacher I felt I had to switch my partner from a 'he' to a 'she', I felt ashamed'
The posters on the wall said “It’s ok to be different” but LGBT teachers working in denominational schools felt the opposite, writes Niall Callan.
# Assaults
Ireland's most dangerous prisons: Around the country staff are working in constant danger
So far this year there have been more than 50 assaults by prisoners on staff.
# Emergency
Medical staff rapidly arrived at hospitals spontaneously on night of the Paris attacks
A crisis plan, which was developed 20 years ago, was activated for the first time.
# vicious
Female takeaway worker "badly shaken" after armed robbery
This is the third similar incident in less than 24 hours.
# Louth
IRA mole in garda ranks? Gardaí say they are 'examining the content' of Sunday newspaper report
It’s also confirmed that an additional 25 gardaí are to join the station in which Garda Tony Golden was a member.
# Dublin Airport
110 jobs at new 'market style' airport food outlet
The new outlet will cater to 5,000 people daily.
# Nurses
Epilepsy unit at Beaumont Hospital closed because of staff shortages
Vacant positions have been filled but the unit will not reopen until 21 September.
# no progress
Nurses slam HSE over 78 jobs left unfilled - all at just ONE Irish hospital
The INMO says Cork University Hospital continues to operate at almost full capacity.
# crime survey
More members of staff are stealing from their employers
The most common crime reported by businesses was burglary.
# you do what?
What does it take to become a children's entertainer? We asked one to find out
It is not an industry for the faint hearted.
# Cutbacks
Residents at disability centre locked in unit because of staff shortages
In one instance, residents were locked in a unit while a nurse went to another to administer medicines.
# walk out
The Eiffel Tower has been shut down because of pickpockets
Staff have staged a walk-out.
# Merchants Quay
Dublin homeless centre closes after attacks on staff
Merchants Quay has temporarily suspended its day services, and will reopen shortly.
# Interview
'The staff didn't get wages for 3 months' - Ireland's Harry Arter on a true underdog story
The Bournemouth player chats to The42 after his side were effectively promoted.
# Monaghan
This nursing home has been reprimanded yet again after a FIFTH inspection
Mullinahinch House nursing home had failed to rectify old problems and had accumulated a host of new ones, according to inspectors.
# Galway
60 new jobs on the way at company that fights identity theft
The company hiring them is IDT911.
# personal injury
Council pays thousands in compensation for staff needle stick injuries
Dublin City Council also spent €7.7 million on settlements for public injuries last year.
# rubber stamped
The boss who distributes condoms to stop maternity leave
Linda Wayman, head of a major Australian radio company, said a third of her staff are either on maternity leave or covering maternity leave.
# Explosion
Blast at California refinery injures four people
The facility’s flare system was triggered to burn off fuel that could add to the fire.
# prison life
What goes on in Ireland's jails? Prison culture to be put under the microscope
The training and continuous development of prison staff is one aspect that will be reviewed in a major new audit.
# National Library
It preserves our past, and visitors flock to it - so why is this essential resource underfunded?
Its acting director says cutbacks have affected the library badly.
# in time for christmas
Six homeless people just got the keys to their new houses
It’s all thanks to ALONE.
# shut down
UK care home with 'overpowering smell' of urine shut down after inspection
Elderly residents were removed from the care home last night due to the immediate closure.
# deal reached
Aer Lingus staff accept 'milestone' pension deal
Aer Lingus shares rose 4.9% on the Dublin market after the 70% vote in favour of the pension deal.
# pay progression
Benchmarked pay increases open to Irish Water staff
Ervia has said that the pay model does not allow for increases simply because the market has increased.
# Closed
Dublin language school announces temporary closure due to 'weak financial situation'
SIPTU says it is very concerned for students and staff of Leinster College.
# ervia
Martin calls on Government to intervene on Irish Water bonuses
It has also emerged that senior coalition figures have discussed the replacement of the Irish Water CEO.
# irish stores
Tesco in redundancy discussions over "small number of roles"
Talks are over voluntary redundancy or redeployment of staff.
# 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.
# cv at the ready
Deloitte is hiring 100 new staff
The financial firm also has opportunities for graduates and undergraduates.
# Dispute
Timeline: What's happened so far in the SIPTU vs Greyhound 'lockout'
The dispute has been ongoing for over a month.
# CSO
There is a massive gender divide in the civil service
The higher up the grade scale you go, the more men dominate.