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On Friday, the Government published plans for new legislation to be introduced later this year to give workers the right to request remote working from their employer. Photograph: iStock

Almost two-thirds of Irish chief executives say the coronavirus crisis will lead to a permanent change of their business models, according to a survey(...)

Four out of five Irish people saw incomes grow or stay the same in the pandemic. Covid-19 created schisms – between old and young, ill and well, ho(...)

Taoiseach says while the deal reached between the EU-UK would disappoint fishermen, it is was still better than no deal. Photograph: PA

Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the Irish fishing industry will be disappointed by the EU-UK trade deal, which he called “the least bad version of Brexi(...)

Richard Guiney of the Dublin Town business group said many of challenges now experienced were expected, just not quite so soon. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Covid-19 will be a “catalyst” for the redevelopment of Dublin similar to “war, famine and pestilence”, a conference on the future of the city has hear(...)

‘I saw four people coming and going . . . if people are being pressurised to come into the office, it isn’t here.’ File photograph: Getty

Like most of the people that are lucky enough to be able to do so, I have worked from home for the vast bulk of the time since March. On the odd occas(...)

Fr Sean Healy: Ireland ‘faces several crises ranging from pandemic to pollution to poverty’. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland would greatly benefit from the establishment of a new social dialogue structure that would engage all sectors at a national level, the head of(...)

 Minister for Public Expenditure  Michael McGrath says talks on a new deal were taking place ‘against the most difficult economic backdrop imaginable’. Photograph: Collins Photos

The Government wants a new pay agreement for the country’s 340,000 public service staff but this cannot come at any price, the Minister for Public Exp(...)

The Irish economy is likely to contract by around 1.3%  in the fourth quarter, according to Davy stockbrokers economist Conall Mac Coille

Economists have warned that GDP is now likely to fall again in the final quarter of the year and the unemployment rate will head back over 20 per cent(...)

 People eat at an outdoor table in front of a shuttered business near Times Square in New York on Wednesday. Photograph:  EPA/Justin Lane

It is “disappointing” that once again businesses are being subjected to increased restrictions at such short notice, the Irish Business and Employers (...)

Retail Excellence  said the budget  “delivered some reassurance to concerned retailers”. Photograph: iStock

Business groups have broadly welcomed the measures in Budget 2021, saying the package of supports would help many businesses cope with the worrying do(...)

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