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ICTU warning over reduced redundancy for workers on PUP

Hundreds of thousands of workers could lose out on redundancy payments if their employment is terminated because time spent claiming ...
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Decision time on Ulster Bank’s future draws near

This week could be a big one for Ulster Bank’s 2,800 employees in the Republic of Ireland, its 1.1 million ...
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Are banks about to start charging us for our savings?

It may be hard to believe for those who availed of it, but it’s 20 years since Ireland’s arguably most ...
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Euro zone growth in 2021 to rebound less than expected

The euro zone economy will rebound less than earlier expected from the coronavirus slump this year as a second wave ...
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Irish economy set to grow by 3.4% in 2021 – Commission

Ireland’s overall GDP growth is projected to come in at 3.4% in 2021 and is set to reach 3.5% in ...
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UK can’t have equivalence and divergence – McGuinness

The European Union will strive for close co-operation with Britain on financial services, the EU Financial Services Commissioner Mairead McGuinness ...
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People on PUP facing reduced tax credits when they return to work

The Director of Public Policy at Chartered Accountants Ireland has said Revenue will collect the tax owed on the Pandemic Unemployment ...
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88% of online shoppers buy from non-Irish sites – PayPal

88% of Irish consumers who shop online bought from websites outside of Ireland during the last year, according to research ...
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Business leaders concerned at pace of Covid-19 vaccine rollout – IoD

33% of businesses say a slow roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccination programme is the single biggest risk facing their organisation, ...
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