Mullingar Chamber and the Department of Social Protection are hosting a breakfast briefing on May 13 in the Greville Arms.
The event is an opportunity for the business community of the town to hear the support that is available to employers, including recruitment support and the JobBridge and JobPlus schemes. There will also be an update on recent developments in employment law. Speakers on the morning include Des Henry, DSP divisional manager Midlands-North; Aiden Mullaly, DSP JobsIreland; and Marguerite Buckley from Buckley & Co Solicitors, a Mullingar firm.
“The Department of Social Protection has a vast array of supports in place to help employers to employ. This breakfast meeting will highlight the many advantages and opportunities there are to help get people back in the workplace and how the business community can work to bring that about. Mullingar Chamber is committed to building a vibrant business community in the town and is also committed to the people living in the town. Fostering effective communications between the Department of Social Protection and businesses and employers is crucial and this breakfast briefing is a brilliant way to bring that about,” said Pat Whelan, chamber president.