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Business News
The Irish Local Development Network (ILDN) have criticised the Government’s proposal to replace the employment service delivered by Local Employment Services (LES). The new Regional Employment Service which seeks to replace existing Jobs Clubs and Local Employment Services which have been assisting those out of work in Communities for 25 years is being initiated in […]
Business Health News
As the impact of the vaccine roll-out continues to show promise, Chambers Ireland has called on Irish businesses to be flexible in facilitating employees to receive their vaccine. Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said, “as the National Vaccination Programme moves to vaccinate people in their 40’s and younger, businesses in Ireland can show continued […]
Business News Technology
Varonis Systems, Inc., a pioneer in data security and analytics, announced the opening of its new and expanded office space in Cork City at Penrose Dock. Varonis is expected to double its employee headcount, creating approximately 60 jobs – ranging from tech support, research and development, human resources, and sales – over the next three […]
Education Environment News
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris and Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan announced funding of €12 million for the second call of the Energy Efficiency and Decarbonisation Pathfinder Programme (EEDPP) for the higher education sector – a 50% increase on the first call last year. […]
Business News Transport
Irish Sea Contractors has been selected by Dublin Port Company as the provider of diving services on their single party framework agreement. Dublin Port Company is responsible for operating and developing Dublin Port which is the largest freight and passenger port in Ireland, handling almost 50% of all trade in the Republic of Ireland. The […]
Business News Technology
A recent survey carried out by Sidero, Ireland’s software, cloud, and digital transformation specialist – revealed that 77% of Irish tech leaders believe more technology companies will locate outside Dublin following the Covid-19 pandemic. The survey Sidero did with 119 IT decision makers across the island of Ireland revealed a strong appetite for increased