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Employers should undertake remote safety assessments to check for poor ergonomics and provide staff with written guidance about how best to protect themselves. File photograph: Getty

A consensus is emerging around the hybrid workforce of the post-pandemic future, one that combines office and home-based working. But how will it work(...)

The William Fry survey found that organisations appeared confused about some aspects of the EU’s general data protection regulation. Photograph: iStock

Data regulation has replaced tax as the most important factor for many businesses when deciding where to invest, a new survey claims. The news comes (...)

The Four Courts. Photograph: iStock

More than half of barristers are worried about their ability to stay in practice this year as the coronavirus pandemic continues to bite, according to(...)

Ambassador He Xiangdong:  has been told that during a six-hour interrogation, the Chinese Public Service Bureau  demanded Richard  O’Halloran to personally pay $6 million “to assist with his release from China and to sign a statement in Mandarin”.

A lawyer acting for a firm employing a Dublin businessman barred from leaving China over a dispute has called on the Chinese ambassador to help secure(...)

Aer Lingus is talking to UK government officials about operating direct flights from England to the United States. Photograph: Tom Honan

Retailers are seeking “Covid clauses” in new contracts or extensions being agreed with landlords, the Sunday Independent reports. William Fry property(...)

‘The suite of supports the Government has introduced is a welcome boost in supporting Irish businesses through this recovery’

Restart Grant Plus The Restart Grant Plus is worth between €4,000 and €25,000 to help businesses reopen their premises. To qualify they have to have (...)

Denis O’Brien. Photograph: Collins

Businessman Denis O’Brien and two companies are to be given certain documents used in the State corporate watchdog’s application for the appointment o(...)

The need to ensure employees don’t burn is rising in our ‘always on’ smart devices culture. Photograph: iStock
Back to the future at work

It’s almost 90 years since John Maynard Keynes predicted a new age of leisure. The esteemed economist foresaw a time when a 15-hour working week would(...)

The Government has spent approximately €7.5 million in legal and consultancy fees on the Apple tax case

The Government has spent approximately €7.5 million in legal and consultancy fees on the Apple tax case, according to Minister for Finance Paschal Don(...)

Fiona Muldoon is to step down as chief executive of FBD Insurance  in October 2020. Photograph:  Photograph: Eric Luke

Fiona Muldoon is to step down as chief executive of FBD Insurance. Ms Muldoon informed the company that she will leave her position in October 2020. (...)

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