The Belfast call centre specialised in providing outbound calling services, targeting potential customers for the company’s RIAS and Castle Cover brands.

(...) employment including the provision of additional outplacement and career services support.”(...)

The weeklong gathering will feature over 50 events in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford, promoting entrepreneurship and showcasing Ireland’s startup sector to more than 15,000 people

Minister of State for Business and Employment, Ged Nash. In each city, a Startup Gathering steering group(...)

Ann Murphy with her friend Franka on a sledding trip. ‘Secretly you find yourself starting to miss the rain, the ham sandwiches, the Club Orange and everything you once loftily declared provincial. The rules and regulations are driving you mad. And they talk on the phone about flooding, factories closing, water charges... and it all sounds blissful.’

(...) that has given you free university education, health insurance, employment, your best friend. But(...)

An audit into HSE operations has identified overpayments to staff in three regions worth almost €3 million.

(...) or terminations of employment. The official management response in the document said all staff last(...)

The index has stayed above 60 for a year and has not fallen below the 50-point line denoting growth since July 2012.

(...) manufacturing activity rebounded in February to a 15-year high as strong new orders helped boost employment in(...)

Baby onesies, made in Africa, with ‘Made in Europe’ printed on the front. Photograph: Ute Grabowsky/Photothek via Getty

(...) exacting standards in India, ensuring a superior product and fair employment conditions for cotton farmers(...)

Butterly Business Park in Artane, Dublin 5, which is producing a gross rental income of around €930,000 from retail, office and industrial tenants.

(...) provide for the creation and protection of enterprise and facilitate opportunities for employment creation(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton interviewed by Digital Development Editor Hugh Linehan in The Irish Times office. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

(...) because that’s the route to well-paid employment. We need to invest and continue to invest in education at(...)

In January, AIB announced plans to outsource 170 staff in its IT division. This involves outsourcing three elements of its IT services – telecoms, operations security, and hosting and storage. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) regulations on the transfer of undertakings and protection of employment (TUPE).Staff transferring to Eircom(...)