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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Paris-to-Nice Cycle 2014

Paris-to-Nice Cycle 2014

Last update: 30/09/2014 @ 10:11 The Final Update – Mission Accomplished So after 6 roller coaster days, I am pleased to say that we finally made it to Nice safe and well. I would like to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to everyone for their support over the last few months. Between us we’ve raised over €11k for Special ... Read More »

Don’t forget about e-Day

Don’t forget about e-Day

What is e-Day e-Day is the date from which central Government, local authorities and State agencies stop issuing and accepting cheques from businesses. e-Day is today, 19th September 2014. The particular focus of e-Day is to encourage SMEs to migrate from cheque usage. Cheques are an expensive means of payment for businesses because of bank charges, stamp duty, postage, time ... Read More »

Receptionist placed on reduced hours after Maternity Leave awarded €63K

Receptionist placed on reduced hours after Maternity Leave awarded €63K

€63,000 has been awarded to a receptionist by The Equality Tribunal after it found she was discriminated against on the grounds of gender and race, and subsequently victimised. Sylwia Wach, a Polish receptionist began working at the Waterford Travelodge in 2007 where she was initially employed as an accommodation assistant before becoming a receptionist one year later.  Ms Wach went ... Read More »