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Mayo employers urged to increase access to people with disabilities

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The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has called on Mayo employers to think about how they can make access to job recruitment and workplaces across the county fairer for people with disabilities.

Athlone flood relief enhancement works progress at Deerpark

Mr. Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, T.D., Minister of State with responsibility for the Office of Public Works (OPW) and Flood Relief, was in Athlone on Monday morning to witness the commencement of sheet piling works at the Showgrounds as part of the works being undertaken for the Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme. These works are part of the Deerpark Cell which works commenced on earlier this year.

GRETB Training Centre apprenticeship information days

Are you considering an apprenticeship as a career? As part of EU Vocational Skills Week, which aims to promote the value of vocational education and training, the GRETB Training Centre is hosting information days on October 15 and 16.

Panel wanted me to bad-mouth my current employers

Q: I work in a small, tightly-knit sector where everybody knows everybody else. Companies are very jealous of each other’s successes. I recently went for a job interview with one of our main rivals and was amazed the panel spent so long trying to get me to talk down my current employers. For obvious reasons (i.e. because I’m trying to leave), I couldn’t talk my employers up too much, but I didn’t feel at all comfortable badmouthing them and declined to do so. Should I have entered into the spirit of it because that’s what they wanted me to do? (AC, email).

Budget 2020 is a 'slap in the face for the most vulnerable in society'

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Galway families on low or fixed incomes have been failed by the Government and Fianna Fáil in Budget 2020 with no increases to either the weekly social welfare rates or the minimum wage.

Employment figures boost for the Midlands region

The creation of 16,800 jobs in the Midlands is a major employment boost for the region, Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, has stated.

Seas Suas host very successful childcare conference in Athlone

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Athlone entrepreneur, Regina Bushell, was a keynote speaker as Seas Suas, the representative body for early learning and care providers, held its annual conference in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel on Saturday last.

Canney demands restoration of rehabilitative training allowance

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The Rehabilitative Training Allowance for people with disabilities should be restored as a matter of urgency, according to Galway East TD and Minister for Rural Affairs Seán Canney.

WOW Summit promises insights into the Skills to Advance your staff Free Training for People in Employment

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Mayo Sligo Leitrim Education Training Board (MSLETB) aims to provide enterprise relevant Education & Training Opportunities for Life & Living in the North west. They are providing free* training opportunities for enterprises, and staff, to upskill under the Skills to Advance project.

Robot and high tech vehicles to feature at GMIT Careers Fair

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This year’s GMIT Careers Fair, taking place on Monday, September 30, will have a futuristic element with Intel showcasing a peeper robot and Jaguar Land Rover exhibiting one of its high-tech vehicles.


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