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The money provided by Dáil Éireann for home help must be used to increase hours available to support older people in their homes, not spent on administration, Deputy Denis Naughten stressed this week.
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Westmeath companies are increasingly taking up opportunities for training and up-skilling staff to meet business needs.
Mayo companies are taking up opportunities for training and up-skilling of staff to meet business needs. Figures from the annual report of Skillnets, the national agency responsible for funding and supporting over 60 learning networks nationwide, reveal that the number of businesses accessing subsidised training in Mayo grew by eight per cent, with over 315 businesses investing in their staff across a range of sectors.
Galway companies are increasingly taking up opportunities for training and upskilling staff to meet business needs. Figures from the 2016 annual report of Skillnets, the national agency responsible for funding and supporting more than 60 learning networks nationwide, reveal that a total of 1,016 businesses in Galway accessed subsidised training and invested in their staff across a range of sectors last year.
IDA IRELAND, the Government agency responsible for attracting foreign direct investment, has announced that it had a successful year in the west region last year, with a net increase of more than 1,600 jobs in its client companies.
The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, says the NCC’s Cost of Doing Business Report provides a reminder of the need for vigilance and action on competitiveness if we are to support the strong economy and society that we all aspire to.
There is delight this week that Galway is one of the winners of the fDi Magazine’s European Cities and Regions of the Future 2016/17 ranking.The Financial Times fDi’s European Cities and Regions of the Future 2016/17 ranking provides an invaluable benchmark for assessing the Europe’s investment landscape — This year Galway ranked as fDi’s number 1 Micro European Cities of the Future 2016/17 for Economic Potential and as fDi’s number 1 micro European Cities of the Future 2016/17 for Business Friendliness. This is a full category higher than our ranking in both areas in 2014.