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HrHeadquarters news updates from across Ireland. Stay up to date on events and current affairs the countrywide

Volvo introduces 6-month parental leave for employees

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Volvo Cars opted in its 40,000+ employees around the globe, in all plants and offices, into a new all-gender, paid parental leave policy. The ‘Family...

The European Parliament has given approval for the European COVID-19 passport...

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The European Parliament recently voted in support of the introduction of an EU-wide coronavirus passport. The EU hopes this will be ready to...

Workplace Relations Commission publishes 2020 Annual Report

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The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) published its sixth Annual Report today. In welcoming the report, Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail Damien English...

New hybrid working model including an expansion of remote working hubs...

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Bank of Ireland has launched a new hybrid working model offering colleagues greater flexibility as to how and where they work. This working model...

Tánaiste reminds employers and employees that they should work from home...

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Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD has reminded employers that all staff who can do so, should continue to...

Irish Coast Guard achieves ‘Great Place to Work’ award

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The Irish Coast Guard announced that the organisation has been certified by the GPTW Institute as a ‘Great Place to Work’. The Coast Guard partnered...

Errors in pay force younger workers to rely on high-cost credit...

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A third (33%) of 16-24-year-olds in Ireland and the UK have barely been able to afford food in the last 12 months because of...

Minister O’Gorman welcomes the Family Leave and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2021...

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The Family Leave Bill 2021 passed all Stages in the Seanad and has been renamed the Family Leave and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2021. The...

Revenue owed €224m by employers for TSSS overpayments

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According to the latest figures published by Revenue this week, 56% of employers who availed of the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme were overpaid under...

Just over half of Irish businesses to adopt remote working

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Research on industry sentiment following a year of Covid-19 restrictions was carried out by CIPD Ireland, in conjunction with the Kemmy Business School at...