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New tipping laws come into force today

New laws governing the practice of tipping come into force from today, providing a boost to workers’ rights. Under the ...
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Firms to start reporting on gender pay gaps from today

Companies across Ireland will start to publish information on their gender pay gaps from today. Firms of all sizes are ...
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Euro zone inflation falls for first time in 17 months, bolstering hopes for smaller ECB hike

The annual rate of inflation across the euro area eased back to 10% in November, according to an initial ‘flash’ ...
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Average weekly earnings up 3.2% to €864 – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that average weekly earnings were €864.32 in third quarter of this year, ...
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Paid sick leave entitlement on track for New Year

An entitlement to paid sick leave is scheduled to come into effect in the New Year after the Tánaiste, Leo ...
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Euro zone economic sentiment rebounds in November

Euro zone economic sentiment rebounded in November slightly more than expected, data showed today, rising for the first time since ...
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Annual retail sales down for sixth month in a row – CSO

New Central Statistics Office figures show that the volume of retail sales rose by 0.7% in October but fell 2.6% ...
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New rights for consumers on faulty goods and services

New laws covering consumer rights around faulty goods and services, digital products and sale pricing take effect from today. The ...
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ECB’s Lagarde says we haven’t reached inflation peak

Euro zone inflation has not peaked and the risk is that it will turn out even higher than currently expected, ...
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