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80% of law firms see deteriorating outlook for sector – survey

A new report shows that nearly two in three Irish law firms recorded a decline in revenue over the last ...
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€6.85m paid out in Enterprise Support Grants since August

A total of 7,412 people have availed of the Department of Social Protection’s Enterprise Support Grant since applications were opened ...
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Brexit talks resume in London for what could be final week

Crunch talks aimed at securing a post-Brexit trade deal between the European Union and UK will resume today in what could ...
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Enterprise Ireland survey reveals lack of readiness for Brexit

With just 35 days to Brexit, a new survey from Enterprise Ireland reveals a worrying lack of customs preparedness by ...
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Bosses concerned about isolation among remote workers – IoD Survey

A new survey shows that the isolation of staff and a lack of cohesion of teams who are working remotely ...
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No changes to Central Bank’s mortgage rules

The Central Bank has today left its key rules on mortgage lending unchanged and also extended its relaxation of certain ...
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Switching off: Do workers have a ‘right to disconnect’?

The line between work and home life has blurred for many over the past few months.  While there are countless ...
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ECB warns against early withdrawal of Covid supports

The European Central Bank has said if governments withdraw financial support from households and companies too early, it could “set ...
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UK fiscal watchdog warns of impact of no-deal Brexit

Britain’s independent fiscal watchdog, the Office of Budget Responsibility, has said a no-deal Brexit at the end of this year will ...
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