Craig Tait

Craig Tait

Ireland has 'fundamentally good' national mental health policy

Ireland has 'fundamentally good' national mental health policy

We have come a long way in transitioning from an inherited British model of long-stay institutions, says John Saunders of Shine

Digital mental health can help with workplace stress

Digital mental health can help with workplace stress

Digital mental health can be more accessible and flexible than more traditional psychological treatments, says Stephany Carolan of WorkGuru

The Internet of Things is crucial to construction

The Internet of Things is crucial to construction

Claire Kenny of IBM sees a groundswell of innovation and change in the construction industry

'Good mental-health is not achieved simply by offering ad hoc interventions'

'Good mental-health is not achieved simply by offering ad hoc interventions'

It more likely to be achieved by working as a community to embed a culture of belonging, participation and inclusion, says Patsy McCaughey.

'We need more high quality apprenticeships'

'We need more high quality apprenticeships'

Design teams must be competent in modern energy efficient design - including understanding the engineering and technical requirements of construction, says Philip Lee.

The electric car is poised to upend the auto industry

The electric car is poised to upend the auto industry

It will be cheaper and easier to manufacture and service these vehicles meaning there will be more and smaller players, says Christoph Bornschein of TLGG

Irish construction industry capable of becoming a world leader

Irish construction industry capable of becoming a world leader

We need to utilise the latest technologies to build efficiently and economically, says Tom Dunne of DIT Bolton Street

The challenge is changing the public attitude to electric cars

The challenge is changing the public attitude to electric cars

The general public don’t understand why they need or would want to change their current driving and refuelling habits

Construction industry faces a resourcing and skills crisis

Construction industry faces a resourcing and skills crisis

We need to see an uptick in productivity as it is highly likely the workforce will be smaller in a decade’s time

Technology can improve access to mental health support

Technology can improve access to mental health support

The use of online technology such as video conferencing will improve access in smaller towns and rural areas, says Krystian Fikert

'Culture key in governments' shift to digital'

'Culture key in governments' shift to digital'

Getting to grips with the implications of digital operating models is the main challenge for the public sector, says CCL chief Jos Creese

Robert Llewellyn: 'Electric cars are simply a better technology'

Robert Llewellyn: 'Electric cars are simply a better technology'

Over a 10-year lifespan electric cars are cheaper than fossil burning vehicles, says Red Dwarf star

Half of small to mid-sized companies not ready for data privacy laws

Half of small to mid-sized companies not ready for data privacy laws

Privacy expert Paul Jordan says that as with any changes to an existing regulation, acknowledgement, acceptance and adoption can be a slow process – the GDPR is no exception

Establishing a culture of compliance - why does it matter?

Establishing a culture of compliance - why does it matter?

GDPR must become embedded in company practice, says data protection officer

'GDPR is about the rights of the consumer - and that's how it should be'

'GDPR is about the rights of the consumer - and that's how it should be'

New regulations will actually help businesses become more efficient, says leading data protection officer