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29 July – 02 August

ISME featured in the media


Salon and Spa Ireland Magazine, 29/07/19
ISME urges Government to be cautious ahead of Budget
The Irish SME Association (ISME) has called on Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe to take precautionary measures against more difficult times ahead in Budget 2020.
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BBC 5 Live, 30/07/19
ISME CEO Neil McDonnell discussed getting your business Brexit Prepared with Wake Up to Money on BBC’s Radio 5 Live.
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Today FM, 31/07/19
ISME CEO Neil McDonnell discussed getting your business Brexit Prepared with Matt Cooper on Today FM’s The Last Word.
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Insurance reform in the media


Limerick Leader, 28/07/19
UK insurance company pull-out puts the skids on Limerick soapbox derby
“LOOK, nobody died,” said the chairman of the Kilteely-Dromkeen Festial after they had to cancel their annual soapbox derby due to insurance issues. But due to the pall of gloom over the parish on Sunday it would be easy to think someone had.
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Wicklow News, 31/07/19
Reform of Insurance Sector needed
Aontú leader Peadar Tóibín, Meath West TD, has reiterated his call for reform of the insurance sector. Teachta Tóibín was responding to news that the now annual Dublin Oktoberfest event has been cancelled due to insurance costs.
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Major award to events company director over sham redundancy
An event management company has been ordered to pay €90,000 in compensation to its former senior executive, for dismissing him, ostensibly on the ground of redundancy, but which was found not to be genuine.
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Driver dismissed over small ‘spillage’, wins award
The Workplace Relations Commission has awarded just over €22,400 to a truck driver who was dismissed for breaching company procedure, after an oil spillage occurred while he was delivering fuel to a customer.
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Agency worker not entitled to contract of indefinite duration
An accountant, recruited to work for a national cultural and heritage organisation through an employment agency, has lost his case seeking a contract of indefinite duration, at the WRC.
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