The Great Resignation / Room to move on Ireland’s corporate tax rate?


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As staff being the return to the workplace this week, Ciarán hears about new research being carried out at the University of Limerick exploring attitudes to work, including the so-called “Great Resignation” sparked by the pandemic. Dr Sarah Kieran and the Work Futures Lab team at the Kemmy Business School are behind the research, which aims to publish its full report in the coming months. Plus: With the pressure on to fall into line with the OECD, the language Irish politicians are using about the 12.5% corporate tax rate has shifted. Is the way being cleared for a change in Ireland’s corporation tax regime? Ciarán talks to Cliff Taylor and PwC’s Feargal O’Rourke.


Inside Business with Ciaran Hancock

A weekly look at business and economics from an Irish perspective hosted by Irish Times Business Editor Ciarán Hancock. Produced in association with EY.

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