Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Sligo co-op Aurivo – Ireland’s second largest milk processor – has been awarded a €3.3 million contract by Aldi to supply milk to stores in Leinster and Ulster. The deal represents the continuation of a long-term partnership between the companies.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has criticised Davy staff for “unacceptable” behaviour over market breaches dating back to 2014, after the stockbroker was yesterday fined €4.1 million by the Central Bank. Martin said...
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Lucinda Creighton: Forget the exercise bike, the ‘perk’ your staff need is quality of life
Workers at prestigious companies are receiving expensive gifts in thanks for 100-hour work weeks when what they really need is for more staff to be hired
Fibre-based drinks firm to make 20 more products as demand rises
Donegal-based Circle of Light has secured private investment of €1.8 million and has its products stocked in 400 Irish shops
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While rehired workers don’t usually perform any better than those who never left, they are more likely to be committed to the business, research shows