Facebook is offering more than $ 300 million worth of shares to Irish staff

Facebook is offering more than $ 300 million worth of shares to Irish staff

The Sunday Business Post reports that Facebook has handed over $ 360 million ($ 304 million) worth of shares to social media giant Ireland-based employees over the past five years.

The newspaper said that Facebook, which owns WhatsApp, has not yet paid $ 185 million in shares and $ 180 million in awards. The news comes at a time when Facebook is exerting political pressure in Ireland to give hundreds of content moderators full-time jobs, many of whom need to monitor extreme content on the group’s platforms.

The government is planning ‘hybrid’ work options for civil servants

The Sunday Business Post reports that by the end of next year, the government plans to allow some ordinary Dublin civil servants to work part-time at local centers for a week.

While most civil servants within Kovid-19 are now working from home, the government is working on a “hybrid” model to ensure a greater work-life balance in the wake of the epidemic. It is hoped that the planned model will succeed where the decentralization drive fails.

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