Jobs

Up to 180 jobs for Irish language speakers are expected to become available in the EU institutions in Brussels and Luxemburg between now and the end of 2021. A recruitment campaign for the first 62 Translator positions has just been launched...

A net total of 3,533 new full and part-time jobs were delivered in 2015 by the 6,500 small businesses from across the country that have been supported by the Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs), according to the results of the latest LEO annual jobs survey published today by Minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor, T.D...

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, today (Monday) launched a public consultation on the report of Nessa Cahill, B.L., a company law specialist, and Kevin Duffy, Chairman of the Labour Court, of their examination and review of employee protection...

Today’s Quarterly National Household Survey published by the CSO shows that the Irish economy continues to generate significant jobs growth and that the Action Plan for Jobs...

Shire has announced plans to expand its global biotechnology manufacturing capacity over the next four years by investing $400 million in Ireland...

The Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash is encouraging anyone who is interested to make formal submissions to the Labour Court on the terms and conditions of those working in the commercial archaeological sector...

Today, Facebook announced that it is creating a further 200 full time jobs in Dublin. The posts will be filled by the end of the year, taking the total number of employees at Facebook’s International Headquarters to 1,500...

Interested bodies or individuals have until close of business tomorrow (Friday 11th March 2016) to make submissions relating to the appropriate rate of the National Minimum Wage. The Low Pay Commission, an independent body whose main function is to advise the Government on the appropriate rate of the National Minimum Wage...

The Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton today (Tuesday) welcomed the latest Quarterly National Household Survey figures from the Central Statistics Office, showing that 2015 was another very strong year for employment growth for the country with 44,000 extra people back in work during 2015...

 

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