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Leinster’s Ben Te’o, Jack McGrath and Johnny Sexton with Eoghan Masterson of Connacht at the Guinness PRO12 in the RDS on Jan 1st, 2016. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

As head of rugby operations for Leinster Rugby, Guy Easterby is responsible for ensuring the club’s operations run smoothly off the field. That covers(...)

Salesforce staff at their offices with Taoiseach Enda Kenny

A gap is widening in the battle to attract and retain skilled employees. Now that millennials comprise the largest generation within the workforce, th(...)

Core Media’s employees have free access to remote working whenever and wherever they want
Workplace of the future

An increasingly competitive landscape is forcing businesses to rethink how their workplaces operate. Instead of decisions being passed from the top d(...)

‘It’s outside my brief. The vast majority of children don’t practise [Catholicism], so you’d wonder why teachers are trying to do what parents are not doing’

Religious education is currently allocated 2½ hours a week in Irish primary schools. Considering the social, environmental and scientific education(...)

Hitting the road: the presence of nuns, priests and brothers in Irish schools has been diminishing for decades. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images

The presence of religious personnel in Irish schools has been diminishing for decades, falling from 3,700 at postprimary level in 1970 to just 30 i(...)

Aisling Jones: arranging car hire in advance kept transport costs to about €30 a person for the week, including petrol. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irish holidaymakers spend about €1,000 on their summer holiday overseas. While that figure includes the cost of getting to a destination and stayin(...)

Lisa Redmond: ‘I wait until I’m in a bad mood to call the insurance company.’ Photograph: Eric Luke

Insurance is not the sexiest word in the English language, but paying attention to the bottom line when it comes to car, home and life insurance wi(...)

Future campus: one proposal is for DIT to merge with IT Tallaght and IT Blanchardstown. It is planned for Grangegorman (above)

The prospect of re-designating institutes of technology as technological universities has stirred a sense of deja vu among some academics. Irel(...)

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Magdalene laundries (Above) Taoiseach Enda Kenny gave a long- awaited State apology in February to the survivors of the Magdalene laundries, who (...)

Firstcom first served: Dan Silverlock at his new job. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Reports of Ireland’s unemployment level reaching its lowest level for more than three years has been greeted as further evidence that the economy is s(...)

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