Adrian McGennis

Adrian McGennis

’Tis the season for a job search

’Tis the season for a job search

Boost your chances of success with the right online strategy

Changing age discrimination laws raise retirement issues for employers

Changing age discrimination laws raise retirement issues for employers

Age is one of the nine grounds of discrimination outlawed by the employment legislation

IMI: Turning talent data into real information

IMI: Turning talent data into real information

By gaining the ability to understand the skills, expertise and qualities of employees, an organisation can make better decisions to the benefit of workers and employer

Talent derailers: the bright and dark sides of leadership

Talent derailers: the bright and dark sides of leadership

Is it possible to pre-empt the derailing of a chosen leader?

GAA leads the field in attracting sports sponsorship for 2017

GAA leads the field in attracting sports sponsorship for 2017

Research shows that 73 per cent intend to spend more on sponsorship next year, writes Lisa Bergin

The lowdown: ensuring data protection compliance

The lowdown: ensuring data protection compliance

Businesses should take steps to ensure they have it covered

Gillian Bowler: One of the smartest in the business

Gillian Bowler: One of the smartest in the business

"Goodbye, Gillian. You inspired me," writes co-founder of The Sunday Business Post Aileen O'Toole

Zeitgeist: Losing a train of thought

Zeitgeist: Losing a train of thought

While cutting services and privatisation have been go-to solutions elsewhere, our struggling public transport system would be best served by further investment and strategic thinking, writes Catherine Healy

When casual staff are deemed to be employees

When casual staff are deemed to be employees

There is no single factor that determines whether or not a person is an employee

Supplying excellence in the retail industry

Supplying excellence in the retail industry

The second Checkout National Retail Supplier Awards paid tribute to the sector’s ‘hidden heroes’, writes Chrissie Russell

Operation Decoration

Operation Decoration

A touch of festive gold, or a red-berry wreath: little touches can make a home more welcoming, as Catherine Healy discovers

Time to learn from poor infrastructure decisions of the past

Time to learn from poor infrastructure decisions of the past

A central agency with experts should be put in place

Immerse yourself in the true nature of Christmas with homemade decorations

Immerse yourself in the true nature of Christmas with homemade decorations

’Tis the season to get creative with festive foliage and crafty twists on traditional favourites

The market is moving slowly in the right direction

The market is moving slowly in the right direction

Progress has been made despite a dearth of private rental accommodation and not enough new development

What on earth happened in 2016, a year that started with such promise?

What on earth happened in 2016, a year that started with such promise?

The divide between markets only got wider