Tuesday December 1, 2020

Job security remains fragile across all sectors

As job losses continue to mount and the unemployment rate keeps climbing – after hitting a 15-year high of 8.3 per cent – many of those who have been made redundant are trying to remain optimistic about their options.

24th January, 2009

As job losses continue to mount and the unemployment rate keeps climbing – after hitting a 15-year high of 8.3 per cent – many of those who have been made redundant are trying to remain optimistic about their options.

Last Friday, social and family affairs minister Mary Hanafin said staff in welfare offices around the country were working ‘‘flat out’’ to deal with jobseeker payments for those who had been made redundant. She said staff in...

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