More than 1,000 new jobs could be created based on commitments received from US multinationals on a Government trade mission, the Minister for Ente(...)

John-Paul and Kathleen O’Connor: plans to open a factory are at an advanced stage.

(...) create employment in this area so young people would not have to go through the heartache of emigration(...)

So far this year 729 children in almost 400 families in Dublin have  lost their homes

(...) of childcare is a barrier to families trying to get out of poverty through employment. Wolf would(...)

Manor Street in Waterford where  anti-Roma protests took place

(...) education, employment, healthcare and housing and racism.” (...)

Judge Mary Ellen Ring in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court apologised to the female victim for the four year delay in getting the case completed.

(...) sexual offence conviction with them, which may “cause them not to get employment, or to lose employment(...)

The Employment Appeals Tribunal found that Tesco’s disciplinary procedures were flawed to the extent that Ms Adeniyi was prejudiced by them. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has found that the Irish arm of supermarket giant Tesco(...)

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says confidence is central to economic growth after drop in German retail spending. Picture: Reuters

(...) consumption and employment remained strong in Germany, but that geopolitical risks were undermining confidence(...)

A former nursing director at a Longford old person’s home is alleged to have turned up to work under the influence of alcohol, an inquiry heard today. Stock image.

(...) employment was terminated by the nursing home on August 24th 2012 as a result of matters that have given rise(...)

The new chief executive of the charity Rehab is to be Mo Flynn.

(...)-quality health and social care, training and education, as well as rehabilitation, employment and commercial(...)

Teleflex chairman and chief executive Benson Smith (second from left) with (from left) executive VP Liam Kelly, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton and IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan.

(...)-skilled employment.“Ireland has become a much better business environment in the last number of years and we want to(...)