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  • Training Archives - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    Ireland launches new online training initiative By raireland on March 04 2015 in News Training The New Responsible Serving of Alcohol Online Training Programme encourages Restaurants to develop policies and procedures in serving alcohol to minimise the risk of alcohol related harm Restaurants Association of Ireland RAI are promoting this valuable training initiative to their members RSA Online is approved by the Royal Read More Popular Latest Comments Restaurants Association of Ireland slams Dublin City Council for Sunshine Tax on Outdoor Seating June 22 2015 By Restaurants Association President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Bord Bia announces Belleek Castle as Just Ask Restaurant of the Year 2014 February 04 2014 By raireland Human Resources Officer vacancy Restaurants Association of Ireland February 04 2014 By raireland View all Posts President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Investment Returns to the Irish Hospitality Sector at Hospitality Expo RDS January 14 2016 By Restaurants Association Nominations now open for Irish Restaurant Awards 2016 January 11 2016 By Restaurants Association Presidents Report January 2016 January 07 2016 By Restaurants Association View all Posts http www 365daysofwellness net activity p 380698 on Super Chef Competition Before you can

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  • New National Minimum Wage - How Business Should Prepare - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    the lower PRSI scheme being introduced to help employers cope financially with the change What is the new break even point for the business post January 2016 Businesses can use this as an opportunity to review their overall business strategy to determine if there are any other areas where money can be saved or generated Every cost should be up for review For consideration here would be price review negotiate cheaper rates with suppliers look into new ways of doing business can it be done better and smarter Revise contracts of employment for all employees earning below the new NMW to reflect the higher wage they will now be earning a failure to do this would technically breach the terms of employment act Don t be surprised if you have employees currently earning 9 15 per hour or higher who come to you in January looking for a pay increase as well simply because they are now earning in or around the minimum wage Whilst the National Minimum Wage Act specifically states that such employees are not entitled to a pay increase in such circumstances it doesn t stop the matter becoming a grievance or industrial relations issue Get networking Businesses should get networking with the Restaurants Association By doing so you may be able to more easily identify how other businesses save money you may be able to share some support services with other companies more easily identify subsidy schemes etc Employers may wish to tighten up their performance management processes to ensure that they are getting the most from their employees and accordingly are getting the most bang for their buck Improved employee performance may in turn lead to an increase in productivity client satisfaction and in a turn an increase in revenue After all these reviews and

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  • Greyhound Stadia joins Restaurants Association of Ireland - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    have fed over 400 000 in our venues Adrian Cummins CEO of the Restaurant of Association of Ireland said We are delighted to welcome the IGB restaurant group as the newest member of our association We look forward to working with the stadiums nationwide to promote the Irish restaurant industry and to continue to grow employment both locally and nationally The Restaurant Association of Ireland formed in 1970 represents in excess of 1 400 members across a range of establishments including full service restaurants coffee shops hotel restaurants gastropubs golf clubs and cookery schools IGB Greyhound Stadia welcome over 400 000 restaurant customers each year across Ireland with over 800 race nights this year alone Customers can book their Night at the Dogs on www gogreyhoundracing ie or by calling the dedicated Sales team on 1890 269 969 Ends About The Irish Greyhound Board The Irish Greyhound Board IGB Bord na gCon are responsible for the control and development of the greyhound industry in the Republic of Ireland The Irish Greyhound Board has licensed a total of seventeen tracks in the Republic of which ten are owned and controlled by the Board The remainder are owned and operated by private enterprise There are also a further three privately owned stadiums in Northern Ireland The greyhound industry in Ireland makes a very valuable contribution to rural economic and social life and as such is a sector that is deserving of attention recognition and support The industry employs just over 10 300 people directly and indirectly The gross wage bill generated by this employment is estimated at 207 million per annum and the tax contribution from this employment is estimated at 21 million For more information about Greyhound racing in Ireland and individual track racing events please log on to www igb

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  • Irish-French Forum and Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Training - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    European funding for culinary arts hospitality management tourism training Gerry O Sullivan Head of International Programme 20 mins Enhancing education using a framework for internship Frank Cullen Dublin Institute of Technology 20mins The Erasmus schem e Student Boardroom 3 00 pm Visit exchanges with the Dublin Institute of Technology 3 30 pm Free time 5 30 pm Seminar on The Tree of Knowledge Growth Through Cooking Keynote Speech Molecular Gastronomy and Note by Note Cooking A Story of Science and Cooking for The Future Dr Hervé This Director of the International Centre for Molecular Gastronomy AgroParisTech INRA Other speakers o Marc de Ferrière le Vayer Chaire Unesco Tours Food as a culture o Prof Stephen Mennell UCD RIA All manners of food o Dr Mairtin Mc ConIomaire DIT The influence of French Haute Cuisine on the development of Dublin Restaurants Registration essential BL259 Michael O Donnell Theatre BL259 Conference Room DIT Bolton Street D1 TUESDAY 24 th NOVEMBER 2015 DIT Cathal Brugha Street D1 CBS 9 00 am Coffee and registration Blueroom Restaurant 9am 12 30 9 30 am Round table 25 min Franco Irish outlooks on hospitality management culinary arts and tourism With FR IE professional associations Networking 25 min 10 20am Break 10 35 am Round table 25 min Restaurants which training needs With restaurants Networking 25 min 11 25am The Erasmus Mundus European Masters Food Innovation and Product Design FIPDes bringing together DIT and AgroParisTech on a joint Education Programme Dr Roisin Burke DIT and Dr Hervé This AgroParisTech INRA 12 25pm 1 45pm Lunch break Green Room Restaurant CBS 2 10pm Tour of Grangegorman Bus leaves CBS for Grangegorman 3 00 pm Workshop Ph D Research in Molecular Gastronomy Dr Hervé This Director of the International Centre for Molecular Gastronomy AgroParisTech INRA Dr Roisin Burke Registration

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  • Restaurants Association of Ireland and Drogheda Homeless Aid are delighted to ask you to be a part of 2015’s Dine and Give campaign! - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    the community and we need your help to continue providing this necessary service 100 of funds raised goes towards Drogheda Homeless Aid food budget Any restaurants looking to join or support the campaign can contact Austin in Drogheda Homeless Aid on 041 98 34492 or austincampbell dha gmail com Here s what Dine and Give founder Austin Campbell has to say The four short days of the 2014 campaign shows how much can be achieved when we work together as a community Every restaurant and every diner contributed to making Dine and Give a great community initiative bringing change to the lives of those less fortunate We should be proud of our local businesses for reaching out and supporting local charity and I would call on all local foodies to do likewise and give their support to the towns restaurants Together as a community we can grow stronger and move towards brighter horizons once again in 2015 Adrian Cummins CEO of Restaurants Association of Ireland added Restaurants Association of Ireland are delighted to endorse the Dine and Give campaign As with our own benevolent fund we are always looking for ways to help those who have fallen on hard times and this campaign proved an opportunity for us to do so We would like to congratulate our member restaurants for taking part in the2104 initiative and call on them to do so once again in 2015 Any restaurants looking to join or support the campaign can contact Austin in Drogheda Homeless Aid on 041 98 34492 or austincampbell dha gmail com Popular Latest Comments Restaurants Association of Ireland slams Dublin City Council for Sunshine Tax on Outdoor Seating June 22 2015 By Restaurants Association President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Bord Bia announces Belleek Castle as

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  • Restaurants Association, Author at Restaurants Association of Ireland - Page 3 of 5Restaurants Association of Ireland
    30 2015 in News PRESS RELEASE Thursday July 30 2015 Dublin Ireland New apprenticeships goes some distance in helping the crisis chef shortage Restaurants Association call for the re establishment of CERT the former State Tourism Training Agency Shortage of Chefs has now reached crisis levels and threatens the Hospitality Industry The Restaurants Association of Read More RAI Calls for the Crisis Shortage of Chefs to be Tackled By Restaurants Association on July 28 2015 in News FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday July 28 2015 Dublin Ireland Shortage of Chefs has now reached crisis levels Read More RAI See No Rationale Behind the Proposed Increase in the National Minimum Wage By Restaurants Association on July 17 2015 in News PRESS RELEASE July 17th 2015 Any Increase in the Minimum Wage will Lead to Job Losses within The Restaurant Sector Restaurants Association of Ireland RAI are opposing an increase in The National Minimum Wage and proposes a reduction of the controversial Universal Social Charge USC for employees Read More RAI President Update July By Restaurants Association on July 03 2015 in News Thank God the Summer season has well and truly kicked off and tourism figures are up People are more positive the country is slowly seeing a slight claw back and we as restaurateurs will keep working hard to ensure we give the best possible service and experience to these valued Read More Restaurants Association of Ireland slams Dublin City Council for Sunshine Tax on Outdoor Seating By Restaurants Association on June 22 2015 in News Restaurants Association Of Ireland Slams Dublin City Council For Sunshine Tax On Outdoor Seating Half a Million Euro per Year generated from Sunshine Tax for Outdoor Tables Chairs in Dublin City Dublin City Restaurant sector taxed 1237 per day by Dublin City Council Dublin City

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  • Restaurants Association, Author at Restaurants Association of Ireland - Page 5 of 5Restaurants Association of Ireland
    Parade and Trá Bán Strandhill elected new President of the Restaurants Association of Ireland Sligo native Anthony Gray was elected President of the Restaurants Association of Read More Flogas bakeoff raises over 1500 for Marie Keating Foundation By Restaurants Association on February 19 2015 in News 19 February 2015 Flogas bakeoff raises over 1500 for Marie Keating Foundation The inaugural Flogas Bake Off organised by the company s Social Club Committee was a resounding success and raised 1 572 00 for the Marie Keating Foundation Fundraising director Linda Keating turned up to accept the cheque and sample the culinary expertise Read More Prev 1 3 4 5 Popular Latest Comments Restaurants Association of Ireland slams Dublin City Council for Sunshine Tax on Outdoor Seating June 22 2015 By Restaurants Association President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Bord Bia announces Belleek Castle as Just Ask Restaurant of the Year 2014 February 04 2014 By raireland Human Resources Officer vacancy Restaurants Association of Ireland February 04 2014 By raireland View all Posts President s Report February February 08 2016 By Restaurants Association Investment Returns to the Irish Hospitality Sector at Hospitality Expo RDS January 14 2016 By Restaurants

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  • RAI President Anthony Gray - November - Restaurants Association of IrelandRestaurants Association of Ireland
    the creation of a further 50 000 jobs in the tourism and hospitality sector in the upcoming years We called on the Government to reduce the current rate of excise duty While there was no reduction I must say I was relieved that there was no increase A widening of the PRSI weekly pay band has also been established which alleviates the unbalanced cost attributed to the employer as a result of an increase in the National Minimum Wage I must stress Minister Noonan stated the continued importance of passing on the reduction to the customer we have done this and continually provide value for money this is very important as we must insure that the hard work carried out over the years does not become vulnerable or diluted The Minister has asked that we as industry representatives continue to impress on our members the need to pass on the reduced rate of VAT to the consumer to encourage further growth creating more jobs While the Association appreciates the growing costs and regulatory burdens that restaurants are faced with it is important to keep the above comments from Minister Noonan in mind Finally the Association was delighted to announce that the winner of Foodie Towns 2015 The Burren proved themselves to be an excellent leader as a foodie destination From bustling farmers markets to innovative strategies for growth and development they set the benchmark for food tourism in Ireland I was delighted to be involved in foodie towns and it really highlights what we have to offer in Ireland This competition will only grow over the coming years and become the jewel of the crown throughout Ireland to reach the Top 10 alone was a real achievement for each of these destinations given the competitive calibre As food tourism grows

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