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Taking care of you and your business at Meet West 2014

As Irish businesses emerge from the recession they have a myriad of issues on their plates but none is more important than taking care of the person at the helm of the business.

GMIT delivers new Six Sigma courses for local employees

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has commenced delivery of its new Six Sigma Course to a group of employees from local companies ncluding Boston Scientific, Creganna and Celestica.

GMIT delivers new Six Sigma courses for local employees

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has commenced delivery of its new Six Sigma Course to a group of employees from local companies ncluding Boston Scientific, Creganna and Celestica.

GMIT delivers new Six Sigma course for local employees

Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology has commenced its new Six Sigma course with a group of employees from local companies including Boston Scientific, Creganna, and Celestica.

Man who barked at colleague loses unfair dismissal case

An unfair dismissal hearing was told this week that a Craughwell man had “barked” at a work colleague who was involved in court proceedings over noise levels from a neighbour’s dog.

Local company to provide marquees for rail corridor launch

Galway based marquee company, Magnum Marquee Hire, has been successful in tendering for the contract to provide marquees and temporary structures for the launch of the Western Rail Corridor on Monday March 29.

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Job loss fears for city plant

Workers at city manufacturing plant, Celestica, have serious concerns over their job safety in January.

Fears for Celestica jobs as all staff are called in for night-time meeting

Workers at the Celestica plant in Parkmore were waiting to hear their fate last night as the company prepared to hold a general meeting with all 380 day and night shift staff in the facility. It was widely expected that the company, which announced cuts to working hours last week, was preparing to cut its Galway workforce in a bid to offset a fall in revenue.

Another minute, another job lost, another dream dashed

Tick, tick, tick...watch the hands move around the face of the clock, the two senior hands watching as the frantic second hand makes its way around the face, down the bottom and up the hill towards the completion of another minute. Another minute. An Irish minute in which another person has just been told she has lost her job.

 

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