More workplaces are recognising the need for employee wellbeing to be high on its agenda, according to a new study.
The Government is being urged to complete work on new employment legislation, including the Gender Pay Gap Information Bill before a general election is called.
Parents are confused over changes to their leave entitlements under the new Parental Leave (Amendment) Act 2019 due to come into effect on September 1.
CIPD Ireland, the umbrella body for human resource and learning and development professionals in Ireland, said there is widespread confusion about the leave.
Just 27% of Irish companies say they have a gender pay gap.
A potential law on the gender-pay gap that would name and shame the worst performing employers is being criticised for a lack of clarity.
The annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the representative body for HR professionals, took place recently at the conference centre in Croke Park.
A new parental leave scheme could see firms discriminate when hiring new staff, a body representing small and medium-sized enterprises has warned.
A quarter of companies in Ireland say that there is a gender pay gap at their firm according to the 2019 Pay and Employment Practices Survey from CIPD Ireland and Industrial Relations News.
A job for life may be a thing of the past but multi-tasking for a living has its drawbacks, writes Sharon Ní Chonchúir.
Dads of newborn babies can now claim two week’s paternity leave. On Father’s Day, Helen O’Callaghan looks at the many benefits of the new scheme.
The challenge for people in human resource management is to spark changes in organisations which may have become altogether set in their ways, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
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