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Q: I’ve been offered six months in a company where I would really like to build a long-term career. It is a temporary project with a September deadline. Once that’s over, I’ll be gone. Any tips for how I can make a name for myself and possibly stay on after the six months now that I have my leg in the door? (AR, Email)
Q: I’m going for an interview in my own company next week. I’ve been working here for ten years and, to be honest, I have been kept down by my boss, despite my best efforts to get involved in various initiatives. She has now retired, and I fear that in the interview I will be asked why I haven’t made more of an impact on my department over the year. The reality is I couldn’t really get a look-in, but will that reason cut it in the interview? (CD, email).
It was a tough decision for Lisa Fallon to make. A productive stint with Galway United meant a solid foundation had been established by John Caulfield and his backroom staff, but a chance to work for FIFA’s high performance department was available for Fallon.
Local chef Lou Robbie from Little Lou Cooks is running an online cookalong class to raise funds for Ukrainian orphans suitable for adults and children.
Q: Now that COVID-19 restrictions are fast vanishing, what would your preference be for interviews in the long term? If you were called for one tomorrow, would you prefer to go face to face in a room or take the Zoom option, if offered? I have seen some cases lately were both options were made available and as I am about to embark upon job searching myself, I would appreciate your thoughts. (DR email).
Although, I am sure he would chuckle his famous chuckle at the notion, the late Billy Horan brought more wonder to the homes and families of South Mayo than Walt Disney ever managed. For a few hours every week, his work brought the people of his place to a standstill, sat at the kitchen table, papers spread wide, fingers thumbing through the district notes detailing the beautiful structures that make up community life.
John Quinn has been instructed to offer for sale a very fine detached bungalow on an elevated site at Boleybeg, Galway. The property, which is convenient to several schools, enjoys access into the city centre, Westside, Salthill, and Knocknacarra. It is situated on a superb elevated site with very fine views.
CIAN FINN, the Galway musician whose works straddles reggae, world, folk, and traditional, releases a new EP, These Moments, on Thursday February 3.
Olympian Nadia Power is making sure we all get 2022 started off on the right foot as she shares her top stretching tips, giving us the necessary tools to prepare both pre and post our workouts, ensuring we stay flexible and our muscles are protected all year long.
In most cases, a covers album is a stop-gap in an artist’s career, a point where they take stock before plotting their next move. Other times it is simply an easy way to meet a contractual obligation.