Tom Geraghty

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Smurfit Kappa is one of the largest suppliers of paper-based products in the world. Photograph: iStock

An Irish arm of Smurfit Kappa unfairly dismissed a worker after he allegedly struck a colleague across the face with an iron implement. The Labour Co(...)

The Labour Court ordered Costa Coffee to develop a workplace anti-harassment and sexual harassment policy and develop an appropriate social media policy

A Costa Coffee manager sexually harassed a 19-year-old female co-worker when he circulated a video of a male barista drawing male genitalia on a flat (...)

St Gerard’s School on Thornhill Road, outside Bray, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

St Gerard’s School in Bray, Co Wicklow, which was at the centre of controversy over the vaccination of teachers, has been affected by a Covid-19 (...)

The ruling by the Labour Court upholds an earlier decision by the WRC which the company appealed. Photograph: iStock

The Labour Court has ordered a Dublin-based safety services company to pay a former chief executive €32,300 in unpaid wages. Declan Ryan started work(...)

Ana Lacramioara Manciu has  alleged staff at Stablefield Mushrooms in Co Tipperary worked on average over 75 hours over a six-day week but pay records were doctored to show they worked 40 hours.

Staff at an Irish mushroom farm were working up to 80 hours a week in breach of employment law and their pay slips were doctored to make it seem that (...)

A strong increase in assets under management was credited for the 13 per cent rise in revenues at Mercer Ireland Holdings Ltd to €210.4 million. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe

Pretax profits at pensions and HR consultants Mercer jumped by 20 per cent to €51.8 million last year on the back of a jump in revenues. A strong inc(...)

John Mercer, left, who succeeds Tom Geraghty, right, as chief executive of Mercer Ireland.

Human resources and employee benefits consulting giant Mercer has named John Mercer as the new chief executive of its Irish business. Mr Mercer, who(...)

Teachers from the INTO, ASTI and TUI protesting before a Government report on pay equalisation. File photograph: Alan Betson

Tens of thousands of staff who entered the public service in recent years on lower pay rates appear likely to receive special increases to allow them (...)

Tom Geraghty, joint general secretary of Fórsa. He  said Ireland’s strengthening exchequer recovery means it is possible to deal with the pay issue earlier. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Public service unions want the Government to bring forward to next year the provision of increased pay for newer entrants to the public service. The (...)

Minister of State John Halligan has said he asked a man who applied to be his private secretary if he had children during the interview process.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Minister of State John Halligan has said he asked a man who applied to be his private secretary if he had children during the interview process. The (...)

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