Top Four Things you need to know – Monday June 1st
The Pandemic Unemployment Payment’s to be entirely removed by February 2022.
The wage support will be phased out in three stages, starting in September.
The PUP will close to new applicants on July 1st and students will no longer be eligible from September.
It’s part of the broader National Economic Plan that will set out recovery targets for creating jobs over the next 18 months.
Pharmacies are expected to begin administering Covid-19 vaccinations from next week.
They’ll initially administer the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to people over 50 who’ve yet to receive a jab.
It may take a number of weeks for DNA results from skeletal remains found in a car in the water in Crosshaven last week.
The car belonged to Barry Coughlan who has been missing since May 2004.
A technical exam of the vechicle was carried out and the remains were removed to CUH.
85% of employees in Ireland want to be able to work remotely when restrictions are eased.
That’s according to a survey by FRS Recruitment who say that 83 percent of employers plan on offering remote working opportunities.
53 percent of employees in Cork are currently working from home some or all of the time and more than half of bosses feel their employees are more productive working from home.