The survey of 500 women also found that while almost 12% had experienced some form of online abuse or harassment, almost half chose to ignore it and just one-in-five reported it to the relevant website
A survey of Irish female professionals and business owners has revealed that two-thirds of working women said they need to be more confident in the workplace, with a quarter noting that men are paid more at their places of work.
This International Women’s Day, the theme is Balance For Better. Some of Ireland’s most successful women share their experience of gender balance with Ciara McDonnell
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Unplug Day, which encourages us to take 24 hours out from our hyper-connected world. We challenged three of Cork’s connected people to take a digital detox. Ciara McDonnell finds out how they got on.
A travelling roadshow will be making its way around the country in a bid to encourage more female entrepreneurs.
Strong leadership, huge determination, and persistence were some of the qualities cited by judges as Susie Horgan of Springboard PR and Marketing was crowned Cork Businesswoman of the Year.
If women can get to the top on the sports pitch — and we’ve seen that they can — there’s no reason why they can’t do the very same in every other sphere of society, writes Clodagh Finn.
Irish women will work the equivalent of from now until January 2017 for free as a result of the gender-pay gap, it has been suggested.
Maria was talking at the IFTA Gala Television Awards on Friday night where she was nominated in the Rising Star category, which was won by comedian Al Porter.
New figures show consumer advocate and Renua Ireland president Eddie Hobbs and his wife, Mary have paid themselves over €1.2m over the past two years from their financial services firm.
Spending your life rushing around stressed as you try, in vain, to get ’to do’ lists finished? Áilín Quinlan gets some tips from productivity consultant, Ciara Conlon.
Abuse survivor Louise O’Keeffe — who won a landmark case against the Government in the European courts — has again accused the State of dragging its heels over its response to her case.
Women’s business organisation Network Ireland has named Natasha Lynch, the managing director of Essential French in Cork, as its self-employed business-woman of the year.
WHAT do high-flyers Helen Fraser and Sheryl Sandberg have in common with Jane Austen’s Mrs Bennet? Simple — all three believe a woman’s success lies in marrying well.
ALMOST three quarters of small Irish firms surveyed said they don’t have a budget for research and development (R&D) included in their business strategies.
A conference on Small and Medium Enterprises Doing Business in Europe is taking place in Dublin today.
Opposition parties were today accused of making "facile criticisms" of Progressive Democrats plans to reform stamp duty.
NETWORK IRELAND, the Organisation for Women in Business, the Professions and the Arts, held their first annual conference in recent years yesterday.
NETWORK IRELAND, the organisation for women in business, the professions and the arts has announced details of its annual conference.
An organisation representing professional women in Ireland has called on the Government to prioritise gender equality in all future policy decisions.
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