Employers can ease employee concerns by prioritising their wellbeing “Burnout is easier to prevent than to treat, so make sure employees can recognise the signs in themselves and others, and understand they can and should take breaks,” says laya’s head of health and wellbeing, Sinéad Proos. Photograph: Getty Images

Laya healthcare research shows that offering wellbeing solutions is a necessary way to build resilience, fostering engagement and connectivity among employees

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Glanbia sees ‘improving trends’ despite Covid challenge   Siobhán Talbot, Glanbia Group MD.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish TimesPhotograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Kilkenny-based nutrition group reports increase in revenue for nine months to October

Sharp decline in global FDI flows raises concerns in Ireland The figures are bad news for the Republic, which is heavily reliant on FDI projects.

Figures show foreign direct investment down 49% with the outlook remaining uncertain

Ready for a new world: How Irish businesses are adapting and surviving Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, at the launch of International Markets Week, which saw more than 700 taking part in 2,000 virtual meetings to  plan their Covid-19, Brexit and market diversification strategies. Photograph: Maxwells

Enterprise Ireland’s International Markets Week went online – and was a huge success

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