A survey conducted in October has found that 15%  of Irish companies are not prepared for Brexit

Four out of 10 Irish businesses are concerned that Brexit may lead to future staff reductions in their business, according to a new survey. The all-i(...)

Cost of living in Dublin is posing difficulties in attracting business leaders. Photograph: iStock

Ireland’s tightening labour market is beginning to cause recruitment difficulties while Dublin’s cost of living is expected to drive senior business l(...)

Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Docks scheme.  Renters can expect to pay €3,300 for a two-bedroom apartment. That comes with a concierge service, a cinema, a gym, resident lounges, business suites, a games room and a so-called chef’s kitchen. Photograph: Tom Honan

Although patronising, the “generation rent” moniker describing young workers with pitiful prospects of home ownership is becoming more accurate by the(...)

Boom times are back? Some Irish employers are reporting employee turnover levels of up to 30 per cent, causing “significant issues” for the business.

Most Irish business will face a challenge retaining their key staff in 2018, a new survey has found. According to a survey conducted by Performance R(...)