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Irish talent tech is helping businesses and employees to learn and thrive

In these turbulent times, many firms are viewing the period of disruption as an opportunity to reassess and improve how ...
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Unemployment falls sharply last month but threat of reclosure looms

The unemployment rate fell to 16.7pc last month as thousands of employees returned to work. New official figures show that ...
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Pandemic saw anxious Irish savers cut their pension contributions

More than one fifth of Irish pension savers have reduced contributions to their scheme during the Covid-19 outbreak. Irish pension ...
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‘Particular concern’ for SMEs as winter comes – Varadkar

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, has said there is “particular concern” for survival rates among small and ...
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Small firms ‘kept waiting for weeks’ for restart grants

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar will launch the Government’s plans for a beefed-up Covid-19 Restart Grant for small businesses today – a ...
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Bank of Ireland to refund customers after fraudulent ‘smishing’ campaign hit accounts

Bank of Ireland will reimburse customers hit by a cyber fraud that dropped fake texts into genuine interactions between the ...
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What will the office market look like after the great remote working experiment?

When lockdown was imposed and workers were forced to desert office buildings en masse, it was a novelty. Hundreds of ...
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Irish tourism must also help itself to survive the pandemic

There is no need to rake over old ground. We already know the tourism and hospitality sectors have been hit ...
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More small firm owners expect to get pay rise as mood improves

ONE in ten small business owners now plans to give themselves a pay raise this year, while nearly a third ...
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