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The ethical consumer: an investigation into purchasing behaviour towards Fairtrade Coffee in Ireland
The Fairtrade brand is experiencing high growth rates globally as demand for ethically produced goods intensifies. This indicates that consumers have identified the need to provide supplying countries with an honest ...
An investigation into the financial and debt literacy and overindebtedness of third level students in Ireland
The significance of financial literacy and debt literacy to success, both at the family and national levels, cannot be overstated. The core concern of financial literacy is the understanding of key financial concepts ...
An assessment of the relationship between reward management and employee motivation in a sports retail outlet store in the midland region.
The concept of total rewards has been the subject of much discussion in the past with confusion existing about what the term actually means. According to World at Work (2010), total rewards are all of the tools used to ...
A study of occupational health and safety management in Irish veterinary practices
It is widely acknowledged within the literature that veterinary professionals are faced with a unique set of occupational health and safety risks. High levels of work-related infections, disease and injuries have been ...