17th May 2019 Today marks 29 years since the World Health Organisation removed homosexuality as a mental illness from the International Classification of Diseases
15th May 2019 The Health and Safety Authority , on May 15th, launched a free short on-line course aimed at assisting tradespeople who may encounter asbestos-containing materials in the course of their work.
15th May 2019 Rachael Stewart, Business Development Director with Stewart Construction gives the CIF an update on some major projects currently in the works by Stewart Construction, including the much anticipated Central Plaza.
10th May 2019 The CIF has warned that the decision to increase wages by 2.7% per annum for the next two years will put pressure on regional construction companies still in recovery mode.
9th May 2019 A new report from the CIF shows that 10,600 extra workers joined the construction workforce in 2018, up 8% year on year and bringing the total workforce to 145,500.
2nd May 2019 Anthony Brady, Industrial Relations and Employment Services Executive with the CIF, outlines the public holiday entitlements for employees in the Construction Sector.
18th Apr 2019 Companies say family is top reason diaspora are relocating back to Ireland, but is enough being done to fill the skills shortage and combat the housing crisis?
18th Apr 2019 Irish homeowners have spent over €2,471 million in total through the Home Renovation Incentive since its launch in 2013.
18th Apr 2019 Cheryl Treanor, Industrial Relations and Employment Services with the CIF discusses what the Code of Practice on Longer Working Hours means for the employer and discrimination on the grounds of age.
17th Apr 2019 Construction companies throughout the southern region of Ireland are joining forces to increase the number of young people entering apprenticeships in the sector. CIF members are working to create co-ops whereby a number of construction companies choose to work collaboratively to provide training...