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Low Pay Commission to investigate move to €12.30 per hour living wage

The Government has formally authorised the Low Pay Commission to investigate how Ireland can move towards a living wage, and ...
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Digital advertising spend up 8% last year to €726m

New figures show that digital advertising spend in the Irish market reached €726m last year, up 8% compared to 2019. ...
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IMF predicts uneven European economic recovery

The International Monetary Fund has said Europe’s economy should rebound this year but recovery across the region remains uneven. The ...
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4.5% growth in economy forecast despite Covid damage

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will publish the Stability Programme Update later today which will set out new deficit and ...
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Report suggests penalties for bogus self-employment

Penalties for employers who intentionally misclassify workers as self-employed, resulting in the loss of PRSI and employment rights entitlements, should ...
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Public finances show deficit of €18.4 billion for 2020

Provisional figures from the Central Statistics Office published today show the deficit in the public finances was €18.4 billion last ...
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Work from home whenever possible, Tánaiste reminds

The Government has reminded employers that all staff should continue to work from home, if possible. As some Level 5 ...
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Numbers set to get PUP down 15,000 this week

The number of people due to receive the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) this week is down 15,776 on last week. ...
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Car insurance premiums to fall in the ‘near future’

The chief executive of Insurance Ireland has said she would be “optimistic” that consumers will start to see a reduction ...
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