Office bound
by Róisín McKane

The Examiner reports that the HSE job evaluation scheme saw almost every single applicant promoted and given pay increases, including more than 130 staff jumping at least two grades. Read more on that here.


Bernard Harbor spoke to Morning Ireland earlier today on the future of remote work. Check out Fórsa's twitter for the listen back link once it's available. 


The Indo warns that the crisis in childcare will soon ‘explode’ if the Government doesn’t step in.


Irish Water is to face a grilling by “hugely concerned” TDs this Thursday over the “unacceptable” contamination controversy which went unreported for days. Read more here.


Our own Richy Carruthers spoke to Highland FM yesterday and called on gardai to be more proactive in protecting staff at Letterkenny University Hospital following an incident last week in which a man was removed from the facility against the advice of staff. Listen back to that here.


The Minister for Children has moved to widen access to a redress scheme for survivors of mother and baby homes beyond the terms recommended by the commission of investigation.


The Indo’s Charlie Weston is critical of Darragh O’Brien’s housing plan.


And finally, The Times features their “what to expect in the budget” guide.




The Fugees bring us zen this morning. Ready or Not is 25 years old this week and I can still remember every word. 


Have a good day folks. 



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