One of the positive spin-offs for employers that allow job sharing is that it  provides companies with the opportunity to practise diversity, as a shorter week may mean someone with a health issue can still work

The McMahons are a young couple with two small children. They live more than an hour from Dublin and commute to their jobs in the city by train. Once (...)

A braille device for blind computer users. The Association for Higher Education Access and Disability has about 1,000 graduates on its books who are looking for work. Photograph: iStock

Christina McCarthy studied French and Spanish at college and her language skills come in very handy for her front-line job with Enterprise Rent-a-Car(...)

Data for the UK showed that 76 per cent of customers prefer dealing with human beings to digital channels to solve customer-services issues.

I recently tried to hire a holiday property to accommodate a large family group. I needed to be sure it had certain facilities but the rental company’(...)

Winner of the Graduate Employer of the Year category, the team from EY, led by Caroline McAniff. Photograph: Paul Kelly/Studio 3

EY was the big winner at the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House last Thursday, with the financial consultancy (...)