How To: Get A Pay RisePosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 3 October 2022 Issues covered: Pay Negotiations; Cost of Living Crises
The Insolvency Service of Ireland recently announced that most people have some form of debt. Unfortunately, the prospects for getting out of debt are now grimmer than ever - with inflation at its highest level in almost 40 years and interest rates on the rise. And it looks like there’s little sign of this reality changing. No wonder then that the National Youth Council of Ireland should report that young people have lost confidence in the country to meet their aspirations, with 7 in 10 aged 18-24 considering moving abroad, because they think they would get a better quality of life elsewhere. Put plainly, many employees are finding that no matter how long or how hard they work, the ends
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