Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Ryanair's passenger figures slumped by 83 per cent in December. Ryanair said it carried 1.9 million passengers last month, down from 11.2 million in December 2019. The airline said it operated about 22 per cent of its normal December schedule with a 73 per cent load factor. In November, Ryanair posted a loss for its key summer period for the first time in 30 years as Covid-19 restrictions pulverized demand.
An Exchequer deficit of €12.3 billion was recorded in 2020,...
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How to manage: Keep the virtual lines of communication open
Remote working has led many employers to ditch the emails in favour of phone or video calls and to improve how they communicate with their teams
How I work: ‘As a leader, you must create a vision you believe in passionately’
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Making It Work: Family business weaves its way to fifth generation
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