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HOW TO SUCCEED IN YOUR FIRST JOB (Sixth Article)
Colman Collins is the author of HOW TO SUCCEED IN YOUR FIRST JOB. Colman wrote this book to help recently qualified graduates to navigate their way successfully from the world of college to the world of work. The book is based on his forty years experience, initially as a HR Director with two blue chip multinationals including Nortel Networks here in Galway and more recently as the owner and CEO of Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services Group, which also has an office in Galway.
New insurance dual pricing rules welcome if limited - Brokers Ireland
As the Central Bank of Ireland’s new regulations to combat ‘differential’ pricing in motor and home insurance come into effect, Brokers Ireland said it is unfortunate that the regulations are limited and will not outlaw all forms of differential pricing, but only discrimination for reason of tenure.
Second hand car buyer advice - look at the tyres, don’t just kick them
Ireland’s second hand car market is booming with prices in the segment up more than 50 percent according to market analysts from donedeal.ie.
Wild nights of burning and murder
Clifden was not the only town to experience the terror of British forces running wild, shooting, and setting fire to buildings. The previous year, July 19 1920, Tuam suffered a similar experience as Clifden, only mercifully no resident was killed on that occasion.
Ban on ‘price walking’ in motor insurance from July
A ban on ‘price walking’ in the motor and home insurance sectors will come into effect this July.
All unjustified price differentials should be prohibited - Brokers Ireland
In the interest of consumers the Central Bank of Ireland ought to have considered prohibiting all unjustified price differentials observed in the market, Brokers Ireland said in response to the most recent publication by the Central Bank of Insurance Regulations intended to combat differential pricing in motor and home insurances.
A career in insurance with MAPFRE
MAPFRE Assistance, the Galway-based insurance company, has grown impressively in recent years and continues to attract candidates who are interested in beginning a career in the insurance industry.
Insurance companies cannot pocket savings from lower payouts, notes Naughten
The Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) has reported that with the average injury payout reduced from just under €24,000 to just over €14,000, the insurance industry must not be allowed to pocket these savings and must instead pass them on to their customers, according to local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten.
No increase to Local Property Tax rate for Westmeath households
There will be no increase in the Local Property Tax (LPT) rate for Westmeath householders in 2022 it has been confirmed.
Pearse Doherty to address online Galway meeting on rising Insurance costs
“Insurance costs have become extortionate, ripping off consumers and closing down businesses. The whole industry is in need of a radical overhaul.”