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You could earn a qualification in association with Edinburgh Business School normally worth €12,000.
A Morgan McKinley report also suggested there’s a strong appetite for trendy flexible-work options.
Workers seem to care less about cash and more about culture when it comes to career choices.
Irish industry experts and business people weigh in on the pros and cons of the ‘smarter way’ to work.
Shared living remains a hot topic in Ireland as more groups enter the Dublin scene.
Ireland’s recruitment and tech experts weigh in on how to attract the best staff to Dublin.
Tina McKenzie, CEO of Grafton Recruitment, talks about over-committing and her dream job that doesn’t exist.
Businesses are facing pressure from employees who are worried about their impact on the environment.
The Skillnet-commissioned study found that 69% of companies don’t have any programmes in place.
Remote working could increase productivity, but it could also decrease one’s commitment to a company.
A jump in demand for suitable candidates has increased Ireland’s skills gap in the area.
As part of our weekly Startup Spotlight series, we profile the Dublin company.
Nora Balfe will be working with the company to reduce risks due to human error.
The company recorded a 22% increase in turnover last year.
The company will reach 2,000 people next year and move into a second office building.
The top 20 jobs facing potential labour supply shortages include roles in finance, healthcare and tech.
There has been calls for a four-day working week with companies worldwide deciding to cut office hours.
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Experts weigh in on how the change to a shorter week could affect the workplace.