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The Interview Series Archive: Don Stack, Owner/founder at OpticalRooms Limited

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Declan spoke to Don Stack, owner/founder at OpticalRooms Limited on all things vision in the remote working environment, companies dutiy of care, their glasses...

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CSO survey shows 80% of workers have worked remotely at some...

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The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has published analysis of Remote Work from the ‘Our Lives Online’ CSO Pulse Survey. This report includes insights into...

Recruitment

Turning Talk about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion into Meaningful Action

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by Yvonne Smyth, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Hays Even though employers have increasingly understood the benefits of equity, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I), the continued...

Legal

Can an Employee Grievance be a Protected Disclosure?

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by Greta Siskauskaite, Trainee Solicitor at Fieldfisher Since the passage of the Protected Disclosures Act in 2014, ("the 2014 Act") employees in Ireland have enjoyed...

Leadership

Using Decision Guard Rails to Align Decision-Making Expectations

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by Lonnie Pacelli   Bill was a newly appointed project manager over a mission-critical systems development initiative. Ann, Bill's boss, trusted Bill to lead the initiative...

Opinion

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Do You Have Visibility in Your Organization?

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by Spike Cook As a leader do you struggle with being visible? Is it difficult to be everywhere at the same time? Frustrated that the...

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Compensation & Benefits

Pay Transparency

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by Bryan Hyland, Commercial Director at Morgan McKinley Would you like to work for a business where everyone knows how much each other is earning?...

Employee Bonus Schemes

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What Budget 2022 means for HR

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HR People

Total Eclipse of HR?

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HR departments are the civilian equivalent of internal affairs. It can be a dirty job, but someone has to do it. I was going to...

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HR Technology

The Reliance on Technology for Remote/Hybrid Working

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by Patrick Gallen, Partner, People & Change Consulting at Grant Thornton Ireland The notion of digital transformation as a futuristic concept has been updated due...

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How To Conduct An Employee Welfare Meeting

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By James R Clark Employees at any company will from time to time become ill or suffer an injury, when this becomes a long term...

Wellbeing

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Why Is DSE Workstation Posture Important?

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by Niamh Pentony, Ergonomist and Director at Boyne Ergonomics During DSE workstation assessments, we put a huge emphasis on trying to achieve the optimum DSE...
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Forget Your Goals – Look at Your Habits!

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By Deirdre Murray, Executive Coach, Trainer and Facilitator with PEOPLE RESOURCES “We are what we repeatedly do – Excellence , therefore, is not an Act...
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Do you have a Menopause Policy in Place?

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by Moira Grassick, COO at Peninsula Ireland Menopause is a natural part of the female life cycle. It begins when oestrogen levels decline and periods...

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