Giving employees a lift: The Orchard activity centre  in Co Wicklow  runs conferences and corporate training events for Irish and international clients

The opportunity to pelt an irritating co-worker with paint might seem like the answer to a prayer. But paintball, a military-style game in which parti(...)

DCU Business School has received official recognition from the world’s oldest accrediting body for business schools. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Dublin City University Business School has received official recognition from the world’s oldest accrediting body for business schools. The move pl(...)

The Future of HR in Ireland: at the HR Manager Survey 2016 feedback workshop, Dr Na Fu, MU; John Ryan, CEO of Great Place To Work; Prof Patrick Flood of the Leadership and Talent Institure, DCU; Brian Sutton, Great Place To Work. Front row: Dr Janine Bosak, DCU; Jim Flynn, Great Place To Work. Photograph: Joe Keogh
Positive board influence

The greater representation of HR managers at boardroom level in Ireland has led to a dampening down of personality and agenda-driven politics within (...)

Dublin’s Danny Sutcliffe: “They beat us in the final but I honestly hope they go on and go all the way. It would be great for Dublin hurling.” Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Dublin hurler Danny Sutcliffe has been busy even if the inter-county championship season has been over for him since last July. The 2013 All-(...)

Theo Lynn and Philip Healy of Cork-based company Rendicity: launched their image-rendering service in August

It took 29 hours per frame to turn the Sully character from Monsters University into the image viewers saw of him on screen. This process of convertin(...)

Sophie Reid after getting her Leaving Cert results at Kilkenny College last week. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Nervous Leaving Cert students have been able to access their college offers since early this morning. A total of 52,028 students will receive round(...)

Business students learn the arts of critical thinking, research, analysis and communication: students following the markets in the trading room in UCD’s business school
Career Guide: Business

What do the health industry, science and engineering, creative arts, law, media, teaching, social work and the charity sector have in common? They (...)

Tourists in Dublin enjoy the Viking Splash tour.Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Drinks and hospitality industry representatives have urged the Government to retain the special 9 per cent VAT rate on their services in the Budget an(...)

Just the business: UCD business students in the data analytics lab of the school of business,

Business offers a hugely diverse range of courses and career paths in virtually every industry. It is a good career path for students interested in th(...)

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