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Apple might not announce the new Mac Pro at WWDC 2023

Apple's transition to its custom silicon has so far been nothing but a resounding success. These computers are unbelievably fast, download lagu mp3 and power efficient. However, it's been over two years since the first Apple Silicon Macs were announced and it seems like we...

Worker paid 5c per hour Sunday allowance

A vegetable processing and packaging business paid only a 5 cent per hour Sunday allowance to a minimum wage worker who was required to regularly work 15 hour days. At the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC), Adjudicator Catherine Byrne has ordered Co Monaghan based vegetable processing...

Waitress wins €4,600 for multiple employment law breaches at Mexican restaurant

The owners of a top Dublin Mexican restaurant have been ordered to pay a waitress €4,600 for multiple employment law breaches, including the failure to provide proper shift breaks. Paola Alba Dalivar told the Workplace Relations Commission last year she "never received a rest break"...

Firms lacking tech resources to meet needs

Almost half of business leaders here feel they do not have adequate staffing or tech resources to meet their business needs, a new survey by IT Alliance Resourcing Services shows. The survey examines some of the main issues impacting companies at the moment. Burnout is identified...

Recruiter Hays boosted by record net fees, but cautious on outlook

Global recruitment company Hays said employers had reduced the number of new temporary hires but extended existing contracts. Hays said this helped it to post record net fees in the three months to March, despite a tough permanent job market. Inflation and concern of recession have...

Union claims Indeed acting in bad faith over job cuts

Recruitment website, Indeed, has been accused of acting in bad faith in relation to proposals to make up to 200 workers at its Irish operations redundant. The Financial Services Union (FSU) claims the company is trying to "shut down" the statutory consultation process midway through...