Changes in Northern Ireland’s labour market are aligned with global post-pandemic trends, with the adoption of a ‘hybrid working’ model regarded as the best means of retaining and attracting talent.
Northern Ireland’s first Mental Health Champion, Professor Siobhan O’Neill is calling on all political parties to commit to the additional 34% increase in funding needed to fully implement the Mental
Almost one year on since the end of the Brexit transition period, 84% of businesses in Northern Ireland are dealing with increased costs, with 89% reporting increases in the time
The Bank of England is likely to predict that inflation, a measure of the rate of rising prices of goods and services in the economy will peak in December 2021
The Northern Ireland housing market saw another month of declining new listings, which may frustrate the growing number of prospective buyers, according to the latest RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered
As the curtain fell on COP26 last month, many were left speculating what the conference meant for them. The Glasgow Climate Pact, while making advances in the phasing out of
A number of the leading business and hospitality organisations across Northern Ireland have joined with Executive Ministers in appealing to the public to take personal responsibility, stay safe and work
During the pandemic, UK firms have invested considerable sums in their technology as they cater for employees working from home. Data from the Office for National Statistics suggests this trend