Monday, September 1, 2014
A five-day trade and investment mission to Australia by more than 30 Irish companies has begun.
Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Investment Ri(...)
There is no greater reflection of economic health than job creation, and on that basis the Irish economy appears to be heading out of recession.
Earlier this summer, the Guardian asked families in seven cities, including Dublin, to do a comparable grocery shop and send in their receipts. Dub(...)
The credit card company MBNA has announced its intention to close its call centre at Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim with the loss of 160 full time job(...)
It will surely go down as Richard Bruton’s Marie Antoinette moment. We had just learned the real cost of water for families would be close to €500 a y(...)
Work is to commence on a legislative framework to replace the registered employment agreement (REA) system and allow for the setting of pay rates and (...)
Kildare-based Homesecure has announced the creation of 140 jobs over the next three years.The residential security company said 100 jobs are to come o(...)
Low corporation tax, foreign direct investment, job creation – a virtuous circle, if ever there was one. It was this nexus that so effectively nurture(...)
Foreign direct investment (FDI) by overseas firms can never satisfy all of Ireland’s employment needs. But it can make – and for many decades has made(...)
The most dangerous jobs in the State continue to be farming, fishing and construction, according to figures released by the Health and Safety Authorit(...)
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