Does the global tech sell-off threaten Ireland’s 100,000 multinational IT jobs and corporation tax take?
The stocks of tech giants and start-ups alike are taking a beating. Some hire freezes will affect Ireland, but the type of multinationals operating here are least exposed to the crunch – for now.
As labour shortages bite, Kerry Group offers a pay increase to appease a small number of staff
The food processing giant and Siptu have been battling over pay and benefits at a Co Cork factory for a long time. The outcome of their Labour Court case illustrates the growing tension on the employment market.
Distant relations: How employees and employers are coping with working from home
As it nears the 12 month mark since Ireland initially went into lockdown, The Currency talks to those who have been navigating the challenges of virtual hiring remote working and looks at who is benefiting and losing out from these experiences.
“Thousands of employers are hanging on and we are doing this today because October could be too late”
Paschal Donohoe is a chief architect of the July stimulus package. In an in-depth interview, the finance minister talks about the philosophy behind the package, the challenges facing Irish business and the societal impact of Covid-19.
Fidelma McGuirk went to Westport for the waves and stayed to set up her successful company Payslip
Fidelma McGuirk had enough of Dublin corporate life and decided to head with her family to the west of Ireland. There, she founded and built her business from the ground up. Payslip is now used by employers all around the world.