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A study by CIPD Ireland and Industrial Relations News found that 39 per cent of employers believe they should have the right to ask a worker for proof of vaccination. Photograph: iStock

(...) guidelines on the collection of data about workers’ vaccination status. The calls come as 94 per cent of(...)

Research by  HRM found an increasing desire among workers for a better work-life balance. Photograph: iStock

(...) wanted their company to make Covid-19 vaccination a pre-requisite before returning to the office The(...)

Goldman Sachs has asked its US employees to report their Covid-19 vaccination status. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Goldman Sachs has asked its US employees to report their Covid-19 vaccination status by Thursday(...)

Rian McDonnell: Originally from Dundalk, he has set up FloWaste company

(...). Luckily in the US, the vaccination programme is well under way and thankfully they are vaccinating people(...)

The  Pfizer/ BioNTech vaccine is already authorised for use in people from 16 years of age in both the US and the European Union. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Children as young as 12 could be in line for Covid vaccination after Pfizer and its partner, Bio(...)

We should probably be more worried about proximity to infected people at the airport, in immigration queues or getting on and off the plane than during flights.

The vaccinations have begun, but so have the coronavirus mutations. We may be able to limit Covid-19 but it’s going to be around, as UK government chi(...)

Frank Gleeson, chief executive of Aramark Northern Europe, at the company’s office in Northern Cross, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

“What I’d say is 2020 has been a challenging year for our industry,” says Frank Gleeson. The man is clearly a master of understatement. Gleeson runs (...)

Next year will mark the fifth anniversary of the declaration by the World Organisation for Animal Health that the world is free of rinderpest

(...). Cattle plague was also the second disease to be eradicated by vaccination (the first was smallpox). Next(...)

Dr Anne Moore, UCC School of Pharmacy, showing three of the small microneedle patches that could deliver better vaccinations. Photograph: Tomas Tyner/UCC.

Science Editor Researchers in Cork have come up with innovative new vaccination techniques that(...)