With a female 007 on the cards and women refereeing men’s professional soccer matches for the first time, 2019 could prove to be the tipping point year for gender equality.
Unemployment fell slightly last month, according to the Central Statistics Office.
A recent survey suggests that the mindset amongst the Irish workforce is changing when it comes to career longevity and anticipated retirement ages.
Young people are snapping up apprenticeships, availing of the chance to “earn and learn” across a range of skills areas not usually associated with the in-house training model.
A survey has revealed that 42% of Irish office workers believe that a physical office will be unnecessary in the next five to 10 years.
Experience may be more important than a qualification when it comes to landing a job as a new survey finds 46% of professionals believe it helped secure their current role.
You’re at work. The afternoon is dragging. You have a quick glance at your feed, do a swift update, maybe answer a message about what you’re doing later, then get back to the task at hand. Is this wrong?
Just 27% of Irish companies say they have a gender pay gap.
The 200 jobs will be filled over the next five years at the company's new offices in Blanchardstown.
An American telecommunications services company is to create 200 new jobs in Waterford and Sligo over the next three years.
Vacancies in Dublin remained strong at 9%, while Kerry, Clare, Wicklow and Roscommon all recorded increases of between 24% and 28%.
There were 24,500 people earning less than the minimum wage at the end of last year, according to the Central Statistics Office.
EATING well is not only good for your health, it is also proving to be very good for business, writes Clodagh Finn.
Kya deLongchamps examines the potential for creating the perfect work/life balance.
A friend of mine was discussing work recently. He was observing the challenges and opportunities associated with the chronic commuting times that many people have to endure around Dublin.
More than half of employers believe the Irish employment market will be more attractive post-Brexit.
The latest Dublin Economic Monitor shows almost 700,000 people are now employed in the capital, an increase of 33,000 in just over a year.
Construction companies throughout the south are joining forces to increase the number of young people starting apprenticeships in the sector.
Around 700 jobs at Aughinish Alumina in Limerick are safe for now following a US senate vote to allow sanctions on its owner to be lifted — but the political fallout is not over after the House of Representatives voted the opposite way.
A new study has found women get less in pension benefits and bonuses at work than men.
Faith in the political system here was also an issue with only 1% found to have complete trust in Dáil Éireann.
It's the second day of 2019 and for many people that means an unwelcome return to routine and reality.
Public servants who want to stay working until they turn 70 can now do so.
Dr Melissa Jones is a research officer at Fighting Blindness and All Ireland Scholar.
The research also found that 56% said that gender quotas do not solve the problem of inequality in the workplace.
Over half of working parents say that they became less ambitious in their careers after they started a family.
The Government has announced a new measure that makes it easier for people with disabilities to enter the workforce.
The employee punctuality study by Jobs.ie also found that the most common excuses for being late include traffic (59%), oversleeping (33%) and the weather (26%).
Job stress among employees in Ireland doubled in five years but the level was still below that of our European counterparts.
Trade unions have called for four-day working weeks as they believe advances in technology have made reduced hours more feasible.
The days of doing 9 to 5 could be numbered if Ireland’s largest public service union gets its way.
People in precarious work are more likely to suffer in-work poverty and often find it hard to pay the bills.
Irish people are the most confident in Europe when it comes to our careers, with more than two-thirds of us feeling successful, according to a new study.
Niamh Hennessy talks to four people who are working in their dream jobs — and who all went the extra mile to land them
A commuter challenge kicks off today with workers competing for prizes for finding healthier and smarter ways of travelling to and from work.
Some 39% of Irish adults are worried about robots or artificial intelligence (AI) replacing their jobs.
A County Donegal Specsavers has been ordered to pay €12,000 in compensation to a Muslim woman who was sacked the day after the Manchester terror attack last year.
As Will Das Weib? What do women want? That was a question which vexed the great mind of Sigmund Freud to his dying day.
The research also found that 45% of respondents see a stigma attached to flexible working hours.
Feeling your eyelids flutter at work? Liz Connor looks into why you might be feeling fatigued.
The single market is a collective name for a series of arrangements to facilitate commerce across EU member states; in essence, as if those member countries were one and the same.
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