Top 100 Companies Leading in Wellbein

We are delighted to be recognised in the Top 100 Companies Leading in Wellbeing Index. This indexpublished by Business & Finance in partnership with Ibecacknowledges companies across Ireland that are leading the way for employee wellbeing and who, through their commitment to instilling a best practice approach, have made a lasting impact on their employees and on the business community.  

Speaking about this achievement, Colette Nagle, COO and Head of Corporate Social Responsibility said: 

We are very proud to have been included in the Top 100 in Wellbeing list Having received the Ibec KeepWell Mark Accreditation in August 2020, continuously improving our workplace wellbeing practices across all levels of the business has remained a key priority for us.  We will continue to strive towards achieving the ultimate goal of providing the highest standard of workplace health, wellbeing, and safety for our employees. 

 Speaking about the launch of the Index, Ibec CEO, Danny McCoy commented:  

“It is encouraging to note the diversity of industries spanning the full breadth and scope of the Irish economy that are represented in this index. These 100 companies that we are celebrating today are leading the way in workplace wellbeing and their commitment to instilling a best practice approach to wellbeing has made a lasting impact on their employees and on the business community.” 

We are delighted to announce that Vincent Teo, Partner and Head of Public Sector Services, has been appointed by the Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman to the Council of Gaisce. The appointment is effective from 1 March 2021 and is for a period of three years.

Gaisce – The President’s Award is a self-development programme for young people aged 15-25 which enhances confidence and wellbeing through participation in personal, physical and community challenges.  Appointments to the Gaisce Council is a ministerial appointment and can only be awarded by the current presiding Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth.  Uachtaráin na hEireann, Michael D. Higgins, is patron of the Award.

Commenting on his appointment, Vincent said:

I am delighted and honoured to have been given this wonderful opportunity to serve the Council.  I am looking forward to supporting the Council, and indeed Gaisce, in enabling young people to shape their own path to self-discovery.

Postponed Accounting for VAT on imports is available from 1st January 2021. It provides a major cash-flow benefit for traders who import goods from all non-EU countries into Ireland.

Postponed Accounting enables you to self-account for import VAT on your VAT returns rather than having to pay impor