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Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD and Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins TD this week launched a new Regional Skills information campaign.
Age and Opportunity are recruiting FitLine Volunteer Mentors to make regular calls to registered FitLine participants who would like to start being more physically active.
Age and Opportunity, the national organisation that provides a range of opportunities for older people who want to get more involved in arts and culture, sport and physical activity, civic engagement and personal development, have announced a nationwide expansion of their FitLine initiative, a telephone motivation line to encourage older persons to introduce physical activity into their daily lives.
Pale Blue Dot® Recruitment is an international award winning recruitment agency who specialises in placing professionals in Ireland’s MedTech industry.
The medical technology sector employs over 40,000 people in Ireland and is the second largest employer of MedTech professionals in Europe, per capita. As many as nine of the world’s top 10 MedTech companies have a base in Ireland. With the number of new jobs in the industry set to rise again in 2021 there’s never been a better time to get involved in the MedTech industry.
Pale Blue Dot® Recruitment is an international award-winning recruitment agency providing professional placement and temporary staffing solutions to Ireland’s medtech industry. Incorporated in 2017, the company has recently expanded to a team of five and offer an unrivalled service to both client and candidate.
Roscommon writer, Amy Barry, has been selected by Words Ireland to receive professional literary mentoring over the next eight months from an acclaimed Irish writer of their choice.
Are you a new, emerging, or recently published writer? Would you like professional help with your current work-in-progress?
GHR Consulting is a Human Resources and Recruitment consultancy based in Galway City and was set up by Ruairi Guckian in October, 2019.
Although a study in 2017 showed that the average Irish worker only has a 22.2 hour working week, this is certainly not true across all levels of the career ladder. In many professions, the number of hours worked each week far exceeds this number and, in fact, exceeds the 40 hour week which is held up as the standard. For example, those working in the Irish agricultural and forestry industries work over 50 hours per week, while managers and directors in Ireland work an average of 42.6 hours each week. However, it is not only by increasing the number of hours worked that employee productivity can be improved so here are some top tips to increase efficiency in the workplace.