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The bank informed the 101 contractees, 78 in Kilkenny and 23 in Tallaght, on Thursday that their contracts, which expire on a rolling basis over the next six months, would not be renewed.

Bank of Ireland has said it will not be renewing the contracts of more than 100 temporary staff at two call centres on foot of the Covid-19 crisis. T(...)

More than 11,000 people who have worked as moderators for Facebook in California, Arizona, Texas and Florida since 2015 will quality for compensation. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Facebook has said that a $52 million (€48 million) settlement paid to US content moderators to end legal claims for mental health damage does not appl(...)

A sign outside  a nursing home in Dublin urging people not to visit due to Covid-19. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Government should consider “matching” people made unemployed in the coronavirus pandemic with nursing homes battling outbreaks of infection with s(...)

A cyclist passes by a bus stop with a public health warning on Covid-19 in Dublin. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

Almost 2,000 people hired through the Government “Be on Call for Ireland” recruitment drive to deal with the coronavirus pandemic are working or ready(...)

An INMO spokesman said the organisation had not known nurses returning to the frontline in recent weeks, under the On Call for Ireland drive, were agency workers on short-term contracts. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) is seeking “urgent clarification” on the employment rights of hundreds of nurses recruited to help i(...)

A trader working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images

European stocks closed higher on Monday after last-minute gains, with buying focused largely on defensive sectors amid plummeting oil prices and conti(...)

In Asian trade, MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 5.01 per cent.

European and US shares continued their fall on Monday as central bank efforts at stimulus failed to ease fears of recession. Leading Irish shares CRH(...)

The online booking system was introduced in 2016 to alleviate long overnight queues outside the immigration office on Burgh Quay in Dublin.

A failure to fix ongoing problems with the State’s online visa system for foreign nationals could threaten investment into the Republic, business grou(...)

Facebook  has has confirmed that while it is encouraging as many employees and contractors as possible to work from home, some are restricted from doing so currently.

Some content moderators working at Facebook offices in Dublin are not being allowed to work remotely during the coronavirus crisis due to the sensitiv(...)

Traders have piled into asset classes that are seen as shelters during economic storms. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Shares listed on the Iseq index in Dublin shed more than a tenth of their value this week, as the rout fuelled by panic over coronavirus continued to (...)

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