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# Workload

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Holohan says delay in publishing NPHET meeting minutes is due to 'workload issue'
The last published minutes are dated 11 April despite the public health team meeting twice weekly since then.
'We're burning players out... The pressure on our athletes is a huge concern'
International Rugby Players has received eye-opening feedback around tackle height from its members.
Lions cut fixtures for 2021 South Africa tour - reports
It all reportedly comes after pressure from Premiership clubs.
Taxi drivers work an average of five hours a day, new study finds
A taxi drivers weekly earnings can range from €98 up to €1,189.
A week after completing her Leaving Cert, Jamie Finn will lead Ireland at the Euros
The U17 captain has had a busy few months.
'Unfounded parental complaints' mean more work for teachers
Primary school teachers say they are taking more notes to do with relationships, behaviour and possible bullying.
Ireland's primary school principals are at breaking point, says INTO
General Secretary Sheila Nunan said the workload of principals needs to be reviewed.
Ciarán Whelan steps down as selector ahead of International Rules series
Former Galway footballer Jarlath Fallon has been asked in to join Paul Earley’s backroom staff.
No sleep 'til BCS championship game
For Brian Kelly and Nick Saban, getting to the BCS National Championship game is just the beginning of the hard work.
Poll: Has the recession improved Ireland's work ethic?
A retailer’s Read Me today says the struggle to find jobs has made people more appreciative to have them. Do you agree?
Column: Recession has had a positive impact on Tiger cubs' work ethic
The boom years are over but the recession has brought about a change in young people’s work ethic, employer James Keogh writes.
Two out of three workers do unpaid overtime to cover workload - survey
Workers clocking up more than an hour on average in unpaid overtime each month.
Revealed: the real value of a stay-at-home parent
All that cooking, cleaning and chauffering adds up to a gross domestic output of €39,182.