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Post Reporter

A positively ghastly development at work

A positively ghastly development at work

Pushing staff to be ‘happy’ at work through contrived activities could backfire badly

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

A new partner has been appointed to the litigation and dispute resolution team at ByrneWallace. M...

Firms must do more to get staff and keep them

Firms must do more to get staff and keep them

I recently wrote for The Sunday Business Post about the significant recruitment challenges faced ...

Will legislating the gig economy stifle employment?

Will legislating the gig economy stifle employment?

Alleged breaches of a new employment law will be contested by employers claiming to be nothing of the kind

‘Stay at it. Opportunities will present themselves when you least expect it’

‘Stay at it. Opportunities will present themselves when you least expect it’

Each week, we profile one of Ireland’s corporate leaders, tracing their career to date and exploring the lessons they have learned along the way. This week, we meet Jonathan Rockett of Ding

How to beat the bots with soft skills

How to beat the bots with soft skills

Our world of work is rapidly evolving. Developments in automation and artificial intelligence hav...

We have the tech, but do we have the empathy?

We have the tech, but do we have the empathy?

Despite the efficiencies of virtual teamwork, nothing beats establishing personal relationships

Why are successful businesswomen still reluctant to help their female colleagues?

Why are successful businesswomen still reluctant to help their female colleagues?

As a woman in business you must continually ask yourself what you have done recently to help other women in your company

A trusted tweed takes to new territories online

A trusted tweed takes to new territories online

Magee 1866, founded in Donegal 150 years ago, is finding a whole new customer base through social media

Kimmage brewery is inspired by Irish culture

Kimmage brewery is inspired by Irish culture

Having a strong local base helped the owners of Four Provinces microbrewery to triple their turnover last year

Putting the fun back into socks

Putting the fun back into socks

Irish Socksciety’s socks can be found in the sock drawers of Ireland, Europe and even New Zeala...

Return to paradise

Return to paradise

Chef Denis Cotter broke new ground in Irish food when he opened his vegetarian restaurant Café Paradiso in Cork over 25 years ago. He may not be vegan, he tells Joe McNamee, but he believes a plant-based diet is essential for the planet

Will going vegan really save us?

Will going vegan really save us?

The EAT-Lancet Commission Report, which proposed a quasi-vegan diet for everyone to save the environment, is light on economic analysis

Former DIT Sackville Place site set to be sold

Former DIT Sackville Place site set to be sold

In the latest in a series of relocation arrangements, TU Dublin (Technological University Dublin)...

Residential development site in Meath on offer for €7.5m

Residential development site in Meath on offer for €7.5m

Knight Frank, on the instruction of the Receiver Declan Taite of Duff & Phelps (Ireland), has...