l Employment Appeals Tribunal will hear case for constructive dismissal this week
In a memorable interview with RTE’s Prime Time in April 2009, Peter Bacon was in no mood to justify the ethical rationale for why Nama was necessary.
High profile property developers will be summoned before the banking inquiry to explain their actions and business activities during the boom, despite concerns among backroom staff at the committee that there is insufficient evidence to compel the bu
l Spending would not affect deficit, claims banking giant . Certain undertakings ‘would effectively pay for themselves’
Tánaiste Joan Burton has promised to back a rise in the national minimum wage for workers and to give two weeks of paid paternity leave to fathers. Although the Low Pay Commission will have to make a recommendation on the current minimum wage rate of
The coalition party expects a shellacking at the polls, but there are some hopeful signs