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It’s very much a jobseeker’s market. Photograph: iStock

It’s very much a job seeker’s market at the moment. If you’re fortunate enough to have in-demand experience, skills or qualifications, you can have yo(...)

Workhuman chief technology officer and Chair of Technology Ireland Jonathan;  Una Fitzpatrick, director of Technology Ireland; Carol Gibbins, head of ICT and international services, Enterprise Ireland; and Paul Swift, head of technology sector, Bank of Ireland at the launch of the   Technology Ireland Industry Awards. Photograph: Ibec

Ireland’s technology companies are set to fight it out for the accolade of technology company of the year, with the launch of the Technology Ireland I(...)

Workhuman co-founder and chief executive Eric Mosley: ‘We’re really just at the tip of the iceberg in terms of how we can grow the business’

Irish-founded software company Workhuman is forecasting a rise in revenues to more than $700 million (€629 million) this year, up from $500 million (€(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is due to meet with US president Donald Trump on Thursday.

Irish companies Netwatch and RelateCare are to create a combined 280 new jobs in the US, with a number of other businesses from the Republic also anno(...)

“We know people perform best when they feel accepted and free to be open.” Photograph: Getty Images

Happiness is a skill, not a feeling, and therefore improves with practice. That’s the view of Nataly Kogan, founder of learning and technology platfor(...)

“We help companies to give recognition and express gratitude to employees,” says expat Eric Mosley “Both the giver and the receiver are ‘lifted’ by the process and this generates a positive, can do, working environment.” Photograph: Naoise Culhane

It was the basic human need for recognition that inspired Dubliner Eric Mosley to co-found the social employee recognition company Globoforce in 1999.(...)

Wearable devices like Fitbits are providing clinicians with data to help manage early-stage heart disease. Photograph: iStock

Healthcare Artificial intelligence is already being deployed in a variety of ways to improve healthcare and health systems around the world. Wearable(...)

Globoforce employs more than 550 people globally, of which 300 are based in Dublin.

Irish software company Globoforce is predicting further growth after chalking up record revenues again last year as pretax profits jumped by more than(...)

Eshopworld pictured after being named technology company of the year at the 2017 awards

Five Irish firms will go head-to-head in a fight to be named tech company of the year at this year’s Technology Ireland industry awards. Some 37 entr(...)

Companies that are really serious about recognition programmes generally commit around 1%  of payroll costs to fund them.  Photograph: Getty Images

Social recognition is powerful stuff. It can improve productivity and staff retention, ignite employees’ intrinsic motivation and make people happier,(...)

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