The concept of investing in workforce well-being is nothing new
27.03.2015 Some 1.5 million readers of The Telegraph in Britain have been reading all about Sligo and the Yeats 150 celebrations.
27.03.2015 Limerick City and County Council has given the green light to the biggest city centre real estate project outside of Dublin over the next ten years – the €80-€100m Opera Centre...
The concept of investing in workforce well-being is nothing new
Range of diplomas received
Tax and payroll firm is based in Dublin
Companies can showcase their products
It was unveiled in Dun Laoghaire
27.03.2015 It represents about 7pc of the country’s GNP.
27.03.2015 He is being charged with failing to disclose loans from another bank.
27.03.2015 It is supported by Dell.
27.03.2015 It is going to administer a major change in its search results.
27.03.2015 Independent study released.
Galway University Hospitals and University of Limerick were named Smarter Travel Workplace of the Year and the Smarter Travel Campus of the Year respectively at the inaugural Smarter Travel Awards.
Nearly three quarters (71pc) of Irish respondents in a survey of IT decision makers are using data centres and 30pc are using public cloud services.
The concept of investing in workforce well-being in order to maximise business performance is nothing new, dating back to at least the 1950s and Chicago factory the Hawthorne Works where experiments showed that higher levels of light improved employee productivity – the so-called ‘Hawthorne effect’.
Health tech startup Cortechs has been named winner of the FutureHealth programme in NDRC.
The Irish Management Institute (IMI) has hosted its spring graduation ceremony at the IMI’s Campus in Sandyford, Dublin.
Google is going to administer a major change in its search results that will have a “significant impact” on sites not designed for mobile phones on 21 April.
Dublin-based tax and payroll firm Fenero is flying the flag for smaller businesses that focus on workplace wellbeing having been appointed as one of Ibec’s Nutrition and Health Foundation Workplace Wellbeing Champions.
EirGrid has today published a new draft strategy for the development of Ireland’s transmission grid, which highlights new technical option for Grid Link, options on Grid West, and states that the existing 400kV solution is most appropriate for the North South interconnector.
Small businesses have just under three weeks to sign up for a one-day event which is designed to help them to engage better with universities in terms of accessing research and innovation.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick is to go on trial on 13 April on charges of failing to disclose loans from another bank.
Some 1.5 million readers of The Telegraph in Britain have been reading all about Sligo and the Yeats 150 celebrations.
Limerick City and County Council has given the green light to the biggest city centre real estate project outside of Dublin over the next ten years – the €80-€100m Opera Centre site development.
To describe the effect of the recession on Ireland’s construction industry as devastating is an understatement. Now less than a quarter of the size it was at its peak in 2006, it represents about 7pc of the country’s GNP, down from 21pc, and 170,000 jobs have been lost in the sector since the property bubble burst.
LloydsPharmacy has issued its last call for entries today to its New Business Clinic 2015.
Today is the Irish Cancer Society 28th Daffodil Day, supported by Dell.
American Chamber of Commerce Ireland (AmCham) has launched a programme aimed at determining ways to unlock Ireland’s potential to win research and development (R&D) investments internationally.
An Irish-designed couture dress made of hundreds of balloons was unveiled in Dun Laoghaire in Dublin today, 27 March, as part of Special K’s new ‘Live in Colour’ campaign.
The SuperValu TidyTowns competition for 2015 was officially launched this week.
TV3 has announced a strategic partnership with Sky’s international distribution arm, Sky Vision.
Securing a comprehensive EU-US trade deal would increase Ireland’s GDP by 1.1pc and lead to the creation of up to 10,000 new jobs in the country’s exporting sectors, according to an independent economic impact study published today.
Health care company MSD and the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) have launched the Crystal Clear Pharmacy and General Practice Programme.
Europe’s first grid-connected hybrid flywheel system service facility is to be based in Rhode, Co Offaly where it will create 10 to 15 sustainable jobs when it’s up and running.
Emmy Award-winning actor and Budweiser ambassador Aaron Paul revealed Mark Griffin is this year’s Dream Job winner.
The National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI), which is part of Cork Institute of Technology, is the lead partner in the delivery of the Canary Islands' first offshore survival training centre.
The Boora Bunny Egg Hunt and Easter Egg-stravaganza at Bord na Móna’s Lough Boora Discovery Park has been launched.
Forward Internet Ireland said today that it has changed the brand name of its independent price comparison service uSwitch to Switcher.
Magazines and newspaper subscriptions are now available in Google Play Newsstand in Ireland.
Boyzone member and former actor Keith Duffy has become co-owner of Irish tyre sales and car accessories business Tyreland.
With the Companies Act 2014 set to take effect on 1 June 2015, Ruairi Mulrean of LK Shields outlines the top 10 things every company director needs to know about it.
Irish businesses need to integrate digital thinking into their business model if they are to retain and grow their markets, according to a report published in December by BearingPoint Institute.
Trips into Ireland in the three months to February 2015 were up by 10.3pc over the same period 12 months earlier, according to the CSO.
Dublin's future as a 'Smart City' was the topic of discussion at a business breakfast event in the InterContinental Dublin this morning.
Yahoo’s new office in the regenerated Point area of Dublin has been officially opened, involving a US$12m investment by the American born on the internet company.
The All Ireland Business Summit will take place in Croke Park in Dublin on 13 May.
Food big data start-up Nuritas has appointed former Pfizer Nutrition and Nestle president, Emmet Browne, as chief executive officer.
Aldi Stores (Ireland) has today opened a new store in Oranmore, Co. Galway, located at New Town Centre, creating 20 new jobs.
A book of condolence will open today at The Mansion House, Dawson St for the victims of the Germanwings flight 4U 9525, which crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday 24 March.
More than €60m is expected to be generated at the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland’s (SEAI) Energy Show 2015, which opened yesterday at the RDS.
Rents in the private rented sector for the whole country rose by 5.8pc in 2014, with rent for houses up 4.8pc and apartment rents up 6.4pc according to the latest quarterly rent index from the PRTB.
TV3 has announced the launch of the show Get the Numbers, Write.
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is going to run an academy of creative play called Idea Camp for eight to 12 year olds starting in June.
Institute of Technology (IT) Carlow has signed a partnership agreement with one of China’s top state research institutions the Shandong Academy of Sciences, which will facilitate PhD and postdoctoral training, researcher exchange and the commercialisation of IT Carlow technologies in China.
Levine Leichtman Capital Partners (LLCP), a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, has announced that it has partnered with management to complete the acquisition of Dublin-based CJ Fallon.
Galway family-run bakery business The Foods of Athenry is aiming to grow its UK exports by exhibiting at the International Food Exhibition (IFE) in the ExCel London this week.
The BBC has announced that Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson’s contract will not be renewed.
Dublin City Council has announced that Roddy Doyle’s Barrytown Trilogy has been chosen for Dublin One City One Book for 2015.
The Irish company founded by Colm Lyon in Dublin in 2000 Realex Payments has been acquired by worldwide provider of payment technology services Global Payments in a deal valued at €115m.
Dublin-headquartered digital technology provider Terminalfour has announced it has won eight new university clients in the US, UK and South Africa since last December when it launched the latest release of its platform.
The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is launching an MA in interaction design today, 25 March, at the NCAD campus on Thomas St, Dublin 8.
The three Irish siblings behind tech start-up Trakax got to ring the Nasdaq stock market opening bell in New York’s Time Square yesterday, 24 March.
07.01.2015 The coming year will see continued growth in export markets, writes Enterprise Ireland CEO, Julie Sinnamon.
05.01.2015 UCD's Conor Neill provides ten tips that differentiate powerful speakers from the rest.
13.01.2015 Deloitte makes its predictions for the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors in 2015.
Mobile wallet won’t replace traditional wallet yet, but 2015 will be a tipping point towards wider consumer adoption of in-store smartphone payments.