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HR Trends features interviews with leading experts in the field of Human Resources. Produced by Unum, HR Trends draws from the deep bench of subject matter experts at Unum as well as industry partners and national HR thought leaders, to help listeners understand complex HR policy, best practices for compliance and new ideas for managing people. We'd love to hear from you. Email us at hrtrends@unum.com.
 
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On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Miriam Duffy, Director of Rape Crisis Mid-West.A study by Rape Crisis Network Ireland has revealed that four in five adolescents reported they had been subjected to some form of sexual harassment in the last year.The survey of nearly 600 teenagers also involved interviews with 93 adolescents …
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Bishop Fintan Monahan, Bishop of Killaloe.The Bishop of Elphin, Kevin Doran is set to defy public health advice by holding confirmations and communions in the coming days.While baptisms can resume from the 5th of August, communions and confirmations continue to be off limits. The ban on the ceremo…
 
Coming up on the show:We hear from two of Clare's 2013 All Ireland winners to reflect on the year that was for the Clare hurlers after last weekend's loss to Cork in the qualifiers.We preview the 2021 Clare senior and intermediate club football championships, look ahead to a huge game for the Clare camogie side and we have our usual Greyhound Focus…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Fianna Fail Deputy Cathal Crowe and Independent Deputy Michael McNamara.Taoiseach Michael Martin, on Thursday, met virtually with four representatives from Aer Lingus' Shannon based cabin crew. It was on foot of their bid to stop the closure of the cabin crew base here in Shannon.…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Niall Maloney, Airport Operations Director at Shannon Airport.Now that non-essential international travel has returned, the number of passengers passing through Shannon airport is on the rise.So while the public has been starved of trips abroad, we are wondering what life has been like for peo…
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Conor Horgan, spokesperson for IBAL and Eugene Garrihy from Doolin 2 Aran Ferries about the latest nationwide coastal litter survey by business group, Irish Business Against Litter(IBAL).Both Lahinch and Mountshannon were found to be 'clean', although the news was less positive for Doolin pi…
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Cratloe Musician, Ger O Donnell.He, along with Kilfenora's Katie Theasby, and Johnny B Broderick, joined forces to produce a song about bravery, seeing the woods from the trees and taking advantage of the clearing in the mist.“I Found Strength” has been adopted by Women’s Aid to raise funds and a…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Ciara Copeland, Sheila Lynch and Stiofán MacGhabhann from Clare Animal Welfare.The dog rescue charity will pay a substantial part of the cost, as part of their philosophy of reducing the number of unwanted pets in the county.Clare Animal Welfare, which finds new homes for neglected, abused and a…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Dr. Martina Cleary, from Crusheen, founder of the Clare Pyrite Action Group, and Michelle Mansfield, a Sixmilebridge resident affected by pyrite.Clare had been fighting to be included in the pyrite redress scheme, with the Clare Pyrite Group and Clare County Council all leading the formulat…
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Sinn Féin Councillor Donna McGettigan on the need remove taboos on conversations about menopause.A joint motion from a number of female councillors in Clare has called on the Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly to bring in a number of improvements surrounding menopausal care in Ireland.…
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Matt McGranaghan from The Music and Entertainment Association of Ireland and Ennis musician Siobhan Peoples.Monday saw the resumption of indoor dining for the fully vaccinated, but live gigs are still not permitted in pubs, restaurants or hotels.The Music and Entertainment Association of Irel…
 
On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Darragh Hassett from Hassett Considine Solicitors in Ennis as the Tánaiste urges employers across Ireland to “have a heart” when dealing with their employees’ vaccine appointments.His call comes amid numerous reports of workers being docked wages or forced to take holiday days to attend vaccination…
 
On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Clare FM's Josh Prenderville about Social Housing Provision in Clare. The number of social housing projects delivered in Clare last year was just one tenth of the number of applications for housing to Clare County Council. Alan was also joined by Fianna Fáil Cllr from Ennis, Pat Daly and Simone McG…
 
This is the last in this season of Beyond Belief. As usual we are taking the month of August off and will be back on the first Sunday in September, renewed and freshed! Stephen Fletcher and Fr Gerry Kenny introduce pieces which their colleagues have chosen as worth of a listen again.Clare FM による
 
Coming up on the show:We preview Clare's All Ireland qualifier with Cork.We also look ahead to must win games for the Clare camogie & ladies football sides, along with the 2020 Clare Junior A football final.We have our usual Greyhound Focus slot and also hear from the Clarecastle man hoping for glory at next week's Galway Racing Festival.…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Fierna Kennedy, Adult & Adolescent Psychotherapist, with a Special Interest in Eating Disorders to discuss the latest reports of teenage girls being targetted online by weight-loss advertisments.Picture © PixabayClare FM による
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Gráinne McGibney, Wedding and Events Planner at the Armada Hotel, Wedding Celebrant from Kilrush & Wedding Blogger at Atlantic Vows to discuss the continuing uncertainty over whether 50 or 100 guests will be allowed at weddings from August.Clare FM による
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Tony Killeen, Secretary of the Clare Hurling and Camogie Supporters Club to discuss the possibility that only 500 fans will be allowed to attend the Clare vs Cork qualifier in the Gaelic Grounds this weekend, despite crowds of 4,400 being allowed to watch Clare's game over Wexford the week b…
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Sinn Féin Leader, Mary Lou McDonald who visited Clare this week. She met with homeowners affected by pyrite in the county and took a trip out to the North West Clare Family Resource Centre. She also spoke to Alan about indoor dining, the next general election and Shannon Airport.…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey took a trip out to Lahinch to speak to the businesses and visitors who were raking in the glorious sunshine. Alan spoke to Randy Lewis from Randaddy's Restaurant and to Ben Bennett from Ben's Surf Clinic about the boost in business brought about by the sunshine and to a host of visitors enjoying the seas…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Patrick O'Donoghue, one of the owners of Monks Restaurant in Ballyvaughanand by William Browne of Browne’s Bar Parteen ahead of Cabinet signing off on the final regulations to allow indoor dining resume. All that's left now is for the President to sign them into law. However, the hospitalit…
 
On Tuesdays Morning Focus, Clare FM's Josh Prenderville travelled to Shannon Airport to bring us a flavour of the mood there as non-essential travel resumed at Shannon Airport yesterday for the first time in 16 months.The EU's Digital COVID Cert is now being implemented across Ireland, meaning anyone who's vaccinated, recovered from COVID-19 or who…
 
On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey spoke to Kilkee based Fianna Fáil Cllr Cillian Murphy, and Michael Neenan, Chair of Seafield Tidy Towns.Locals in Seafield are concerned about a number of issues in the area. There is a lack of parking on the road out towards Seafield pier which has led to cars being parked en route, severely limiting acce…
 
Dogs which are a mix of a Poodle, and another breed are often referred to ‘doodles’. These include Irish Doodles, a Labradoodle, and of course Cockapoos. Because of different mix of coat types, their coats are often high maintenance and very prone to matting and may also shed.Here are Dee's Top 5 tips to help keep them looking divine!…
 
On Tuesday's Colum McGrath Breakfast Show, the very lovely Pauline McLynn was on to talk about an upcoming hen rescue that includes Clare. Little Hill Animal Rescue is looking for people all over the county who might have a little room in their lives for hens that they're about to save from slaughter…
 
On Monday's Morning Focus, Clare FM's Rebecca O'Sullivan spoke to Kilrush retiree Agnes Flewelling who has been issued with a 23% increase on her rent. As there are no rent caps in Clare, Agnes's landlord is entitled to up the rent every two years as long as they can provide examples of other properties nearby going for a similar rate. She spoke to…
 
On Monday's Morning Focus, Pat Flynn marked the return of international travel. We crossed live to Shannon Airport and spoke to Clare FM News reporter Josh Prenderville. We were then joined by travel counsellor in Ennis, Gearoid Mannion and Editor of Air and Travel Magazine, Eoghan Corry, who was at Dublin airport.…
 
Fr Gerry Kenny introduces this week's Beyond Belief which features an interview with Revd Peter McVerry. Fr Brendan Quinlivin and Joanne O'Brien pay tribute to their friend and colleague Sr Bosco who died recently and Stephen Fletcher talks to singer Anne Brady.Clare FM による
 
On this week's edition of Clare Means Business, Josh takes a closer look at the hospitality sector in what's been a significant week for the industry as it looks to get back on its feet.He speaks to a craft beer brewer in Kilmaley, who began brewing at her family farm six years ago, and is now exporting County Clare beers to Italy since the onset o…
 
A study from the Irish League of Credit Unions found the average cost of sending a child to secondary school is now around 1,500 euro and more than €1,100 for a primary school student.On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Louis Fay, CEO of St. Francis Credit Union and by Trish Lehane, a mother to two primary school girls in Cratlo…
 
On Friday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by CEO of Shannon Group, Mary Considine to discuss the resumption of international travel on Monday, Aer Lingus' commitment to the airport and the level of government support needed by the aviation sector.Clare FM による
 
As we move into a tight labor market in the second half of 2021, organizations will need a strong employee benefits messaging strategy to recruit and retain talent. However, for this strategy to work, organizations must educate their workforce about their benefits offering. In this podcast episode, Chris Bernadine, Sr., Chief Enrollment Officer at …
 
Clare activists are up in arms over amendments to the Climate Action Bill which were proposed and passed last Friday in the Seanad and passed in the Dáil last night. Some of the leading climate experts in the country have accused the last minute amendments as ‘gutting’ the bill. On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Theresa O'Do…
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Ennis GP, Dr. Máire Finn to speak about the confusion over what role GP's will play in providing verification of recovery from Covid-19 for those who wish to dine indoors. Dr. Finn also weighed in on the Chief Medical Officer's warnings not to bring kids dining indoors and gave her views on …
 
Ministers in the UK will debate a law that would force people to provide a verified ID before being able to set up a social media account. The petition was launched by model and reality star Katie Price, following online because aimed at her son Harvey. It has since gained traction following racist comments which were made towards Marcus Rashfored,…
 
On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Minister for Foreign Affairs and for Defence and Deputy Leader of Fine Gael, Simon Coveney to address questions over indoor dining as well as the workability of remote working in Clare. Picture © Fine GaelClare FM による
 
According to industry figures, Irish gamblers lost roughly €1.36 billion last year, making them the fourth worst gamblers in the EU. The global picture sees Ireland rank 14th for average highest losses on gambling, with a major shift towards gambling online.On Tuesday’s Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Psychotherapist and Counsellor in E…
 
Cabinet have signed off on new rules allowing only vaccinated people, people who have recovered from Covid-19 and children dine indoors. On Tuesday's Morning Focus, Alan Morrissey was joined by Fianna Fail TD Cathal Crowe, Independent TD Michael McNamara, Anne Casey from Casey's Bar in Sixmilebridge and Frank Landy, Owner of Sweet 'n' Green Café in…
 
Proposed legislation to promote the Irish language is set to be strengthened through tens of new amendments to the current legislation. Under new laws, 20% of new recruits to the public service will need to be competent in Irish and at least 20% of advertising carried out by public bodies will need to be as Gaeilge.Do you think this is worthwhile? …
 
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