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GMIT mentoring programme helps students adapt to college life

Foróige, the youth development organisation, has joined forces with GMIT to run a mentoring programme at the local third level college.

Majority of employees would leave current job for more flexible role

A survey among Irish workers has found that two out of three people (64 percent) said they now work in a flexible environment - this is an increase from the same survey in 2019, before the pandemic when 53 percent said they worked in a flexible environment.

How to show the results of your earnest workplace contribution in job interviews

Continuing our series on the START method, this week we come to Results. As you will know from the previous columns, START stands for Situation, Task, Action(s), Result(s) and Them.

How to show the results of your workplace contribution in job interviews

Continuing our series on the START method, this week we come to Results. As you will know from the previous columns, START stands for Situation, Task, Action(s), Result(s) and Them.

How ‘paying IT forward’ helps enrich diversity in the workplace

=It has been proven time and again that a diverse and inclusive workforce better supports an organisation’s success, yet the diversity challenge is far-reaching and all of ours to solve. Solutions can be complex and varied - for example, access programmes are important to reach students in need of financial support for third level education while role models and teachers are some of the most influential people in introducing female students to careers in STEM.

Most employers want employees to split time between remote and office working

Once again employers and employees throughout the country are being encouraged to work from home in order to stem the spread of COVID 19. However, 2022 should see the resumption of the staggered return to the office for the Irish workforce, and a survey from the newly rebranded Compliance Institute (formerly the Association of Compliance Officers of Ireland) has found that even when employees are free to return, a hybrid model is most likely to be adopted by the majority of employers.

How to break down competency-based answers into manageable steps

Q: Of late I’ve been hearing a lot about competency-based interviews. Indeed, you have referred to them on a few occasions. I hadn’t done gone for a new job for years until this summer and the whole interview world has changed. All tips would be appreciated. (FG, email).

How to get best results in a job interview

Q: It was a very unusual job interview, I felt. Every time I told a story in response to a question, they pushed me to elaborate more on the result of the story. I didn’t really know what to say. A story is a story. I told them what I did and gave a general idea of how it went, and I felt that should have been more than enough. I didn’t get the job. Any thoughts? (EF, email).

How to get best results in a job interview

Q: It was a very unusual job interview, I felt. Every time I told a story in response to a question, they pushed me to elaborate more on the result of the story. I didn’t really know what to say. A story is a story. I told them what I did and gave a general idea of how it went, and I felt that should have been more than enough. I didn’t get the job. Any thoughts? (EF, email).

FitLine initiative designed to assist in boosting of health and fitness levels

FitLine is a volunteer peer led telephone line designed to help older people who want to feel a bit healthier, but perhaps don’t have the motivation, confidence or information on where or how to take that first step. The service is completely free.

 

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