(...) employment or lack of it. Can I survive? Will I survive? Who’s sitting at my desk? Who has their knife aimed(...)

Illustration: Alan Clarke

(...). “If I pick up an accent, it might hurt my future employment prospects.” She’s genuinely going to get(...)

Members of the Mandate trade union and Dunnes Stores workers pictured outside the Labour Court in October 2014. They are seeking more secure working hours and earmings for all workers in the company. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

(...) employees it carried out found that over three quarters were on part-time flexible employment contracts(...)

(...) for consumption though, with employment at a record high, wages rising and inflation moderate. Reuters(...)

The Employment Appeals Tribunal offices at Davitt House on Adelaide Road in Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

It will be farewell to the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) in the new year, when it is subsumed(...)

Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan said   a total of 196 major school projects would be on site next year. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Department of Social Protection or the National Employment Rights Authority.She noted that there were(...)

According to the World Health Organisation, whose definition was relied upon in this court case, a person is obese if their body mass index (BMI) is over 30. Photograph: Matt Morton/PA

(...) throughout his employment , needed help tying his shoe laces and struggled with physical tasks. He told the(...)

 Finnish academic and finance expert Peter Nyberg, arriving at the opening of the Banking Inquiry, at Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) many different ways, enjoyed the benefits of the property bubble, such as through employment and low(...)

Minister of State for Business and Employment Ged Nash said he supports wage increases in certain circumstances. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Minister of State for Business and Employment Ged Nash said he supported wage increases in(...)

A Dunnes Stores worker who injured her lower back while loading a trolley with heavy boxes has been awarded €85,000 by the High Court. Photograph: The Irish Times

(...) receive adequate training in respect of the duties of her employment. Even if he was wrong on that, the(...)