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HAYS Recruitment offer tips to employers about how to potentially attract the best people to your company
A few years ago, when jobs were thin on the ground, employers held all the cards when it came to taking on new staff. In 2015, the employment market is back with a bang, candidates are in high demand – and if you are hiring, you need to be prepared to sell the merits of your company to any potential new employee.
Energy Night, Ireland’s largest and longest-running student-run energy event, will take place in NUI Galway next week.
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NUI Galway offers free places on software development programme with ninety per cent employment rate
NUI Galway, in collaboration with 16 software industry partners, is offering a limited number of free places on its innovative Higher Diploma in software design and development programme. Student fees for the course are funded by the Higher Education Authority, given the strategic importance of developing skills in this area. Successful applicants therefore, pay no fees, only a student levy of €224.
NUI Galway is offering a number of free places on five part-time courses under the Government’s Springboard initiative, addressing skills needs in the areas of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Medical Device Science, and Lean and Quality Systems.
Major organisations from business and industry will feature at the NUI Galway ‘Graduate Jobs Fair’ on Monday, October 8, from 12.30- 4pm in the Bailey Allen Hall. This free event will showcase graduate employment opportunities from all disciplines, with a diverse number of fields such as accountancy, consultancy, education, engineering, IT, law, science, retail and many other sectors represented throughout the day.
What a boost Allergan gave the county when it announced on Monday morning the creation of 200 jobs, 250 construction jobs, and an investment of $350 million in the Westport company.
The annual BPW summer lunch which took place in the Ardilaun Hotel last Friday, and was kindly sponsored by RDJ Glynn, certainly was a unique occasion as BPW Galway celebrated 25 years since being founded in Galway by Breda Ryan and her committee, and has gone from strength to strength since then. On that morning Breda and John Ryan unveiled a plaque to commemorate the establishment of the club.
Dublin City University students James Burke from Louisburgh and his project partner, Claire Shanahan from Dublin, have been announced as runners-up at this year’s Accenture Leaders of Tomorrow Award for their ‘Drivefeed’ business idea. The masters of business management duo’s idea for a road safety system which facilitates peer-sharing among drivers and other road users was one of only six which made it to the final round of the nationwide competition.
A Kilkenny company has been announced as a finalist in the Irish Times and InterTradeIreland shortlist of companies who will compete for the ‘Innovation of the Year’ title at the All-island Innovation Awards 2011 to be held on March 2, in Dublin.