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Deputy Mayor calls upon local authority to enforce Council tenant regulations

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Call-out for community to get involved with artist in residence at Jackie Clarke Collection

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During the past few years, a programme of special commemorative events has taken place to mark the centenary of key historical events in Irish history.

Work/life balance now stand-out reason candidates will be attracted to potential new employer

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As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, work/life balance is now the stand-out reason candidates will be attracted to a potential new employer, according to a report conducted by search firm HRM.

Work life balance standout reason candidates will be attracted to new employer

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, work life balance is now the standout reason candidates will be attracted to a potential new employer, according to a report conducted by search firm HRM. Of the 1,882 people surveyed, nine in ten (97%) respondents say a work life balance is influential in their decision on whether to engage with a new employer.

Virtual Recruitment Ireland — a hugely successful and innovative way to recruit

Virtual Recruitment Expo is an online jobs fair connecting jobseekers with companies and recruitment firms. The virtual recruitment events bring attendees together with employers, HR and personnel professionals from top organisations across Ireland and around the world, allowing candidates to explore an array of career opportunities.

Chamber calls on employers to continue to support remote working

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While it is "frustrating" to start the New Year in Lockdown, it is necessary and businesses and the public must follow Government guidelines and interpret the restrictions "conservatively for the next month at least".

Continuing to make big waves within the hairdressing industry

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Celebrating a milestone fifth business birthday this week, Hairloom, has made vast strides within the hairdressing industry since first opening its doors on John Broderick Street in the heart of Athlone.

Guarantee needed on childcare for essential workers at end of June

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With more people slowly returning to work, "a cast iron guarantee" is needed that childcare for essential workers would return on June 29 as the Government "has promised".

Government must pay wage subsidy directly to employers

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has requested the Taoiseach and Government to pay a wage subsidy directly to employers to allow them to continue to pay staff during the current crisis.

Securing a job in 2020

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As we approach the end of January, it is most likely that your New Year, new me ideals and promises have sadly fallen by the wayside; it happens to us all.

 

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