Revamped JobsIreland site will host CVs to allow employers to search live register for people whose skills they need, says the government.
The country’s most senior civil servants will have their performance rated for the first time, under a new reform plan.
Irish Water is going to hire private contractors to carry out work needed to reduce water supply to families who do not pay water charges.
A Government TD has revealed for the first time that he refused to vote for the establishment of Irish Water in defiance of the party whip.
Around 1,000 people are set to be employed to retrain the long-term unemployed in 100 offices around the country.
Tánaiste Joan Burton has made a clear attempt in this budget to tackle one of the “broken promises” that has haunted Labour, writes Michael Brennan.
The most surprising feature of Finance Minister Michael Noonan’s budget is the hike in the Universal Social Charge for higher earners, writes Michael Brennan.
The government is facing a tougher challenge to pass the budget's social welfare measures following the election of Gerard Craughwell to the Seanad.