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Wage Theft in Ireland (Part 2)

Michelle O'Sullivan 04/11/2022

A Progressive Economy blog earlier this year (14th April) highlighted the growing concern internationally with the phenomenon of wage theft, referring to situations where workers are not paid for work performed. Wage theft received some prominence here in recent years in union campaigns about tipping practices in hospitality. Other countries such …



'Cut Deep, Cut Now and Keep on Cutt'n'

Slí Eile 02/11/2009

Slí Eile: The cage was truly rattled, today, by David Blanchflower, UK economist, who challenged the home consensus about deflation. Speaking at the …

Recovery is not reform

01/11/2009

Recovery is not reform. The government’s intended path to recovery is a mixture of borrowing, pay cuts, and spending cuts. All recovery plans treat …

Crises: Not 5 but 7

Slí Eile 14/10/2009

Slí Eile: The National Economic and Social Council (NESC) has recently published its Next Steps in Addressing Ireland’s Five-Part Crisis: …

Public Sector Pay: CSO add their part to the analysis

Slí Eile 01/10/2009

Slí Eile: The controversy around public-private sector pay differences continues following today's release by the Central Statistics Office of a …

More Talk about Public v Private Pay

22/09/2009

The ESRI released a study today showing a gap between public and private pay. And IMPACT have released an objection to it. But is there anything new …

Homo Economicus Dublinius

Slí Eile 03/08/2009

Slí Eile: Commenting on this website, anonymous said ...as a private sector worker married to a nurse I can assure you that the reality of life for …

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