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How to use Google Alerts in your Job Search

admin / July 7, 2016

  The internet is flooded with content. In fact, nearly 30 million pages of information, and indeed misinformation, are added to the web on a daily basis. With so much content it can be difficult to break through the noise to the key topics and information that are most important to you. Using Google Alerts in … Continued

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EXCLUSIVE ROLES – Restructuring Opportunities

admin / June 29, 2016

Our client, a high profile financial services institution are undertaking a restructure of the credit services it offers to ensure that the most appropriate channels of delivery are open to suit the needs of customers. The focus of the books will be Commercial and Corporate clients. As a result we have multiple exclusive roles now … Continued

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Six Things Successful Accountants Do Differently

Orla Doyle / April 11, 2016

What characteristics or habits are common among exceptional accounting professionals? This month we are delighted to be featured in Accountancy Ireland identifying the key traits that, if performed consistently, will help accountancy professionals move up a gear in their careers. Six Things Successful Accountants Do Differently What do successful accountants do differently? Do they have superior intellect or … Continued

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Ireland’s Top 10 Finance Tweeters You Should Be Following

Orla Doyle / February 22, 2016

Twitter has evolved into a platform for serious finance gurus and contains a mass of information that is useful to business and finance communities —alongside an awful lot of trivia that isn’t. Beyond the jabberings of the small-time players, Lincoln Recruitment has selected the list of the top 10 Irish finance people to follow on Twitter. These … Continued

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Ten basics for effective board meetings

Shay Dalton / November 24, 2015

Effective oversight and strategic direction are vital for ensuring that a company is doing the best for its shareholders. The board of directors are tasked with ensuring that this happens and the most common formal way of making decisions is through the board meeting. Unfortunately directors often report that the board meeting is actually one … Continued

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The top 20 Irish legal people you should follow on Twitter [Updated]

Katherine Potter / November 17, 2015

In recent years social media has become a leading source of information and communication with platforms such as twitter becoming one of the most popular places for obtaining news and information in real time. The following is a list of 20 top Irish legal twitter accounts who regularly share topical information that may be of … Continued

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LinkedIn Profile Optimisation Checklist [Infographic]

Orla Doyle / October 20, 2015

More than 259 million people are using LinkedIn worldwide. LinkedIn’s growth rate and popularity has been well documented and more recently the company has boasted a new members joining rate of more than 2 per second. But with more and more people joining the network – how do you ensure that you are being found and … Continued

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Build Your Team the Tour de France Way

Shay Dalton / October 14, 2015

One of the biggest sporting events of the summer, Le Tour features multi-national teams drawn together especially for one purpose. Each team member will have a specific job to do and even if the eventual plaudits go to the team leader, any victory wouldn’t be possible without the right mix of skill. Building a highly effective … Continued

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The Essential Manager: 10 Core Elements of Leadership

Orla Doyle / August 31, 2015

Most good managers are made through practice, and not born, and the really great ones are those who look at what skills they need and then go about developing them through a personal improvement plan until they are second nature. A quote from Vince Lombardi sums this up perfectly when it comes to building and honing … Continued

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