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A new dawn: streamlining the PAYE system

A new dawn: streamlining the PAYE system

One of the biggest changes to the PAYE system was implemented after Christmas, and accounting vendors are playing a big role in making sense of it.

"I would like to see a universal healthcare system, based on need, where the two-tier service would no longer exist"

"I would like to see a universal healthcare system, based on need, where the two-tier service would no longer exist"

Dr Tom O’Connor, Lecturer in Economics and Integrated Health & Social Care at Cork Institute of Technology on where he would like to see the Irish health service in 10 years time

"The electrification of heat and transport is a practical and economic solution to enormous reductions in all of our carbon footprints"

"The electrification of heat and transport is a practical and economic solution to enormous reductions in all of our carbon footprints"

Ellen Diskin, PR5 Project Manager at ESB Networks on the challenges facing Ireland’s energy market within the next 5 years

"Across the developed world spending on healthcare is increasing. The challenge is to manage these increases while continuing to meet patient needs"

"Across the developed world spending on healthcare is increasing. The challenge is to manage these increases while continuing to meet patient needs"

Dr Susan Thomas, Health Partner at EY UK and Ireland on the challenges facing the Irish healthcare sector.

The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School MBA

The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School MBA

UCD Smurfit School is the only Irish institute that has been included in the prestigious Financial Times Global MBA rankings for almost two consecutive decades

"Technology solutions are a critical success factor in giving patients the information to make critical choices"

"Technology solutions are a critical success factor in giving patients the information to make critical choices"

Scot Stevens, CIO and VP of University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre, on the challenges facing the Irish healthcare sector.

Why we must build strong cybersecurity in Europe

Why we must build strong cybersecurity in Europe

As our world becomes more reliant on digital connections, we must take steps to grow and strengthen our cybersecurity measures - and the EU is doing just that

Insights from the stage: 2018 highlights from IMI speakers

Insights from the stage: 2018 highlights from IMI speakers

What do companies and their leaders need in order to survive in the future?

Leadership on the front lines with IMI and Goal

Leadership on the front lines with IMI and Goal

When bombs are dropping or people are starving, effective management is more important than ever – and our partnership is making a real difference where it counts

Best leadership books of 2018

Best leadership books of 2018

IMI Knowledge Centre staff have chosen the strongest books from 2018 – those reads that should be in the library of any curious and ambitious leader

Gala Print Awards is celebration of how much print still matters

Gala Print Awards is celebration of how much print still matters

Mix of artistry and skill never fails to Impress

Mix of artistry and skill never fails to Impress

Where printing, design and start-to-end ideation are a Snap

Where printing, design and start-to-end ideation are a Snap

Carlow’s dynamic enterprise base is open for business

Carlow’s dynamic enterprise base is open for business

IDA Ireland is on a mission to encourage investment into the south-east, with Carlow firmly in its sights, writes Siobhán Maguire

Carlow County Council’s approach is key to supporting enterprise

Carlow County Council’s approach is key to supporting enterprise

Carlow County Council is centred on positivity in its message to local businesses and enterprises. Siobhán Maguire reports