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29Mar, 2019

The 29th March and still no Brexit!

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Prime Minister Theresa May has failed to get the House of Commons to agree to her plan for the UK to leave the EU. While the House continues to ruminate on a workable plan, the [...]

25Mar, 2019

Plain English Legislation

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Benefits of plain English “A good example of how the Department has already altered its approach to acting on frontline intelligence is by making staff feedback loops an integral part of the design process, which [...]

6Mar, 2019

Decluttering your Workspace

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Paula Butler  One of the first things I tackled on my journey to a more minimalist and ecoconscious lifestyle, was my workspace. I work from home and my office was overrun with piles of paper, [...]

1Mar, 2019

The Resilience and Wellbeing Springboard; a Guide to Managing Stress 

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On Wednesday 27th March PAI will host a Breakfast Briefing- Your Workplace Environment - A Sustainable Approach to Corporate Wellbeing. We are delighted that our panel of expert speakers have shared articles on the subjects [...]

27Feb, 2019

The Legislative Process and the impact of “New Politics”

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By Ciarán Doherty Ireland has an imperfect separation of powers. The Constitution appears to create a strong legislature, the Oireachtas, but in practice the Dáil and Seanad have been under the control of Government as [...]

21Feb, 2019

Is there a need for a Regulatory Guidance Office?

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The Law Reform Commission (LRC) certainly thinks so. Its recommendation for such an Office appears in a report, of over 800 pages, published in October 2018. The report entitled Report on Regulatory Powers and Corporate [...]