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Séamus McEnaney: Sum paid to Brimwood Ltd was the highest amount paid out to any single company by the State last year for accommodating asylum seekers. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

A company controlled by Monaghan GAA football manager Seamus “Banty” McEnaney last year received €15.78 million in State payments for accommodating as(...)

New Dunnes Stores shop on site of former Magic Carpet pub in Cornelscourt: The new shop is a couple of hundred metres from its flagship Cornelscourt centre. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Irish grocery giant Dunnes Stores continues to roll out smaller suburban shops in the Dublin area – some more welcome than others. In Cornelscourt, s(...)

Aramark has presided over a mass exit of Avoca staff since it acquired the business in 2015. Photograph: Tom Honan

Aramark and Avoca were always something of an odd match. The US property, retail and services group and the darling of Ireland’s foodie scene. At its(...)

Avoca will reopen its Dublin city centre outlet on Friday for the first time in more than 18 months. Photograph: Tom Honan

Avoca will reopen its Dublin city centre outlet on Friday for the first time in more than 18 months. The store, restaurant and food market was shutter(...)

The Avoca outlet on Suffolk Street in Dublin, which is owned by Aramark. File photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Avoca owner Aramark Holdings Ireland reduced its staff numbers last year by 653 as pandemic restrictions pushed the company into the red. Accounts j(...)

AIB and Permanent TSB spent €20 million on adviser fees negotiating to purchase certain loan books from Ulster Bank, which is exiting the Republic’s banking market. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

AIB and Permanent TSB have spent close to €20 million between them so far this year on advisers’ fees relating to their purchases of the assets of riv(...)

Costa Coffee’s Dundrum Shopping Centre outlet in dispute over €367,000 rent arrears. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

The landlord of the Costa Coffee café in Dundrum Town Centre takes “grave issue” with a claim that the lease on the premises has been frustrated durin(...)

Creating a sustainable workplace means accounting for many different aspects from energy usage to employee supports. Photograph: iStock

What does a sustainable office look like in 2021? Many workplaces have gone far beyond compostable coffee cups and a clearly labelled recycling bin. I(...)

“Presenteeism is out of favour and no one will mourn its passing,” says Karen Killalea, head of the employment practice at law firm Maples and Calder.

Covid-19 has prompted major changes in both business and consumer behaviours. While online shopping and work from home seem here to stay, one look at (...)

‘Over time we have seen homeworking give rise to sense of isolation, burnout, lack of morale, and people feeling they are not part of something.’ Photograph: iStock

Keeping people safe is part and parcel of an employer’s obligations. Ensuring a sense of wellbeing is important too. More than a year into the pandemi(...)

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