Out of Office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Leo Varadkar, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, said that all employees in Ireland now have the “right to disconnect” and have better work-life balance under a new official code of practice published by the government. He said the right to disconnect would give employees the entitlement to “switch off” from their jobs outside of normal working hours. The code, written by the Worker’s Relations Commission, provides that employees do not have to...
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Apple taxes in escrow account losing tens of millions a year
NTMA chief tells Oireachtas PAC that the €14.3 billion held in escrow had been designed by the company and the NTMA to potentially lose €70 million a year, given current negative interest rates
Is this the calm before the great insolvency storm?
This year has seen fewer insolvencies than expected, particularly in the hard-hit hospitality and retail sectors. How is this happening – and will fortunes shift when the pandemic supports wind down?
Financier Kenny boosts wealth by more than €30 million
Large increase in accumulated profits come after Kenny and business partner’s sale of Nua Healthcare
The changing international tax landscape: implications for Ireland
Even a year ago, it was far from certain that international taxation consensus could be reached. Now, businesses must monitor how proposal implementation could impact them