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 Capital Dock on  Sir John Rogerson’s Quay: Spread over 22 floors and 700,000sq ft, the block occupies a prime corner of Dublin’s south docklands. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

It’s the tallest building in Ireland, promises five-star living and has some of the steepest residential rents in the country: welcome to Capital Dock(...)

“People used to come from society to the workplace and had to hide who they were. Increasingly they now feel safer in the workplace than they do in society,” says Gareth Thomas

If someone was ever in a good position to discuss toxic masculinity and how it can affect every aspect of your life, including work, it must be Gareth(...)

Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Docks development in Dublin’s south docklands. Videos on social media showed a considerable amount of water on floors and going down stairwells.

Move-in dates for prospective tenants of the Kennedy Wilson Capital Docks development in Dublin are unchanged after a burst valve caused water to flow(...)

Capital Dock is Ireland’s tallest residential building at 22 storeys.

Kennedy Wilson’s new Capital Dock residential scheme in Dublin’s south docklands is likely to set a new benchmark for apartment rents in the city, wit(...)

President of Indeed Chris Hyams on the rooftop of the company’s new Dublin offices close to Grand Canal Basin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Online recruiter Indeed, which employs more than 900 people locally, recorded a 66 per cent increase in revenues at its Irish arm last year as turnove(...)

“People are so needed that it’s nearly impossible to displace a good worker.” Photograph: iStock
Why robots are a worker’s friend

Instead of displacing American workers, robots may soon make many of their jobs more efficient. Intelligent machines increasingly scooting across Amer(...)

The nature of employment is undergoing fundamental change. Photograph: iStock

The pace of technological change is so rapid that whole sectors are in danger of being swept away, while the nature of employment is undergoing fundam(...)

In 2017, IDA Ireland had 764 client companies of US origin, supporting more than 152,000 employees. Photograph: iStock

It has been a rollercoaster few months for US businesses in Ireland. In May, there came the confirmation that a two-year delay in the planning process(...)

Company president Chris Hyams: the share of job postings for financial roles has risen 15 per cent in the first quarter of the year. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Brexit is driving a rise in hiring for financial services jobs in Ireland, new data from recruitment site Indeed said. The company said the share of (...)

The Insight Centre for Data Analytics.

Our attitude to science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) has completely transformed over the past decade. As the last recession started to bi(...)

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