For a long time Ireland has had a lower level of standard of living, in comparison to the other countries of EU, but this situation will not last long because great economic expansion in Ireland will be followed by emigration of highly skilled migrant workers in all sector and coming from diverse countries of EU and other countries. Through out this document, like a French citizen concerned by this situation, we have elaborated a small survey about the present economy, finance and social factors in Ireland and in France. The reply of this question will allow us to: First, the examination of economic, social and financial aspects in Ireland and in France. Second, to understand the choice to work in France or in Ireland. Finally, to help students to take the best choice if they are confronted to this situation in the future.
[...] Down, we find writing board of different salaries in Ireland: Manager 5000€-15 Middle manager 6000€ Employee 3000€ Worker 1500€ - 2000€ 1IR£ (Source: IMI Survey) FRANCE Average gross income is 2.440 a month, in 2004, the gross monthly salary of employees in France progress to Down, we find writing board of different salaries in France: Manager More than 3500€ / month Middle manager More than 2000€ / month Employee More than 1000€ / month Worker More than 1000€ / month (Source DADS, Insee) In spite of the progression of salaries in 2004, France stays lower than Ireland that pays her workers wages which are more interesting and attractive for employees. [...]
[...] In France if we work without labor authorization the employer can be punished and the irregular worker also. In conclusion, Ireland has a flexible system of work to encourage highly skilled migrant workers to come and work in it, but in France this system or another one which is similar doesn't exist. Salaries IRELAND According to experts, the primary factors influencing levels of remuneration are: The nature of the job it self. The level or rank of accountability of the job within the organization. The size of organization measured in turnover. [...]
[...] If you pay subscriptions to a trade union in Ireland, it is possible to claim tax credits at the standard rate for these subscriptions. The system of Trade Union in Ireland is very difficult. Several trade unions are often represented by the same union but there is one main trade union: - The Irish Congress of Trade Union (ICTU) Trade Unions play a very important role and their mains preoccupations concern the extension of the social policy, the equalization of the payments, the fiscal reform and the creation of employment. [...]
[...] The house market is in full expansion and they are obliged to build more and more to answer to an increasing request. Condition of work IRELAND Nationals of European Union member states have free right of movement in Ireland. Nationals of other states wishing to work in Ireland require a work permit from the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment. The Department is obliged to issue permits: When the employee has a key role. Or the employee is transferring from an international company which has or intends to have a presence in Ireland. [...]
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