Building a resilient workforce to help shape a ‘new better’ “Some people will flourish by physically working alongside co-workers again, others may want to remain in their home office,” says Laura Phelan, director, human capital solutions at Aon. Photograph: Getty Images

To mark Talent Summit 2021, Aon reveals how a culture of resilience is helping businesses and their employees navigate an uncertain world

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Face masks unlikely to be made mandatory for primary school pupils The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation has called for compulsory masks for  third to sixth class pupils. Photograph: Andy Buchanan / AFP 2:29

Children should not be discouraged from wearing masks if they wish to do so

Local authority housing rules discriminate against minorities – report Some policies and practices used by local authorities are leaving minority applicants at risk of rough sleeping, says the MLRC. Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

Traveller and non-Irish families being ‘unlawfully’ turned away, says MLRC

Rapid shift to remote working highlights advantages of cloud technology Over half of the Irish employers who participated in a recent Microsoft-commissioned survey said they will move more of their organisation to the cloud post-pandemic. Photograph: Getty Images

Organisations which have transitioned to the cloud have discovered a new flexibility

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