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Business Environment News
€140 million invested by Government in sustainable energy actions across a range of sectors in 2019, securing total investment of €400 million 24,700 homeowners, 4,700 car owners, and more than 800 businesses are using less energy, have lower energy bills and are better placed for carbon tax increases 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 will be […]
Business Feature News
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D., today announced the commencement of the first payments to applicants under the 2019 Beef Environmental Efficiency Pilot (BEEP).  The BEEP is a €20 million scheme being piloted in 2019 and has been followed up in Budget 2020 with a €40 million investment in a […]
Business Feature News
Recently a large number of food producers such as restaurant owners, supermarket groups, and chefs gathered at the Limerick Institute of Technology to participate in the Meet the Buyer Event. This event, which hosted more than 75 up and coming businesses, allows participants to pitch their ideas to the top trade buyers from Ireland, Northern […]
Business Feature News
The people of Cork, Waterford and Limerick will vote on whether they want a directly-elected mayor. At the end of May, residents of the cities of Cork, Limerick and Waterford will be given the chance to have their say on whether there should be a directly-elected mayor with significant powers to set policies and implement […]
Business Environment Technology
In 2014, Louise and Stephen Murphy founded a start-up company in County Carlow that would seek to revolutionise cycling security in a rapidly changing urban landscape. Cyc-Lok Ltd. is a completely enclosed, modular bike locker system with controlled access and the ability to charge ebikes. One unit contains twelve separate lockers and is entirely weather […]
Business Environment News
Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton, officially launched the Climate Action Regional Office for the Atlantic Seaboard North in Aras an Chontae, Castlebar. Recognising the significant obligation which has been placed on local government to develop and implement its own climate action measures, as well as the need to build capacity
Business
Recently, Linkedin survey over 3,000 professionals on their platform and asked them the most frustrating trait they’ve experienced in a manager. Near the top of their list – a manager who doesn’t foster their employees’ development. And, our data also revealed that if employees feel like they can’t grow within their role, they are very […]
Business Feature
Just as our waistlines accumulate flab, and ships collect barnacles, organisations need ongoing “maintenance” and “scrubbing” to stay “fit.” Get a Workout! One of the best “physical fitness” programmes for organisations is a methodology known as the GE Workout.  Developed at General Electric during the Jack Welch¹ era, Workout provides an approach for confronting the […]
Business Feature
Dave A. Barry, founder of Conexion explains how the importance of exploring the right ‘people analytics’ is crucial in the modern hunt for talent. As a HR leader, I consider myself very fortunate to have worked with both Eli Lilly (biopharmaceutical) and Trend Micro (cybersecurity) during periods of significant organisational transformation. Between 2009 and 2011, […]