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A return to work has many challenges and opportunities for businesses and staff, but it must be handled and managed carefully. Picture: Getty

While speaking on a webinar last week, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe admitted he thinks the biggest challenge facing the next government will be getting the country back to work.

The inaugural Business Show webinar, organised by Business & Finance, heard Donohoe tell how a key concern for whoever finds themselves in government will be getting citizens back into employment this year and into the following. He also stressed the importance of giving the companies...

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