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Ryanair executive Eddie Wilson gave politicians a stark warning this week.

Ryanair executive Eddie Wilson gave politicians a stark warning this week: if the Republic does not act now to attract back air traffic “we are going (...)

Full detachment from work, physical and psychological, is hard to achieve and can cause fatigue and potential burnout.

The online jobs search company Indeed has a global workforce of 10,000 people. About 1,000 of them are based in Ireland and work across all areas of t(...)

Caroline Murphy with her husband and dog in Austin, Texas

International business and management graduate Caroline Murphy left Ireland in 2014 in search of adventure. She relocated to Austin, Texas, with her b(...)

Experts are warning that office workers could swap traffic congestion for online congestion as more and more workers log in and swamp broadband networks. Photograph: iStock

Recruitment firm Indeed was first to do it. Google had a few days of it. Vodafone Ireland asked employees to transition a few days ago. As the coronav(...)

There are at least 30,000 professionals in Dublin who can speak Irish, according to LinkedIn data.

Borradh, a new business organisation for Irish speakers, is to officially launch on Thursday. The initiative is the brainchild of a group of senior p(...)

Indeed has asked all staff to work from home until further notice.

Online recruiter Indeed is asking all of its employees to work from home until further notice in a bid to minimise the risk to employees from the spre(...)

The Indeed offices in Dublin which were closed over fears of potential exposure to the coronavirus. Photograph: Aisling Ennis / PA Wire

The more than 1,000 Irish employees of online recruiter Indeed are free to return to work after a colleague suspected of having been exposed to the co(...)

Indeed’s St Stephens Green office is opposite the Luas stop. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Online recruiter Indeed, which has just opened a second building at its new Capital Docks headquarters in the Dublin docklands, is to renew a long-ter(...)

The Cliffs of Moher on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, which is one of the State’s biggest tourist attractions.

Demand for workers in the tourism industry in the Republic has increased by 7 per cent in the past four years, according to data analysis by recruitme(...)

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg leaves the Merrion Hotel after meeting the Oireachtas Communications Committee. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Ireland’s love affair with multinational investment has deepened in recent years. As major investment from long-standing players like Intel and the ph(...)

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