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Paul Flynn appointed as new Non-Executive Director at Lincoln Recruitment

Orla Doyle / June 15, 2018

Paul Flynn, Commercial Director at Lincoln Recruitment Specialists was today announced as the new chief executive of the Gaelic Players Association. Paul Flynn will leave his current role as Commercial Director with Lincoln Recruitment but will continue his association with the company taking up a non-executive position.  Flynn has worked with Lincoln  for just under … Continued

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Do you have a mentor? Survey Results

Orla Doyle / April 24, 2018

Even the greatest entrepreneurs with award-winning ideas have benefited from the use of a successful mentor. In fact, the founder of Virgin Group – Richard Branson – says, “…Going it alone is an admirable, but foolhardy and highly flawed approach to taking on the world.“ And Branson himself credits a family friend and successful accountant who served … Continued

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This is Ireland: An island open to new opportunity

Shay Dalton / March 13, 2018

As Ireland passes its centenary it is clear that the stability which has been created on an all-island basis in terms of economic, social and political arrangements shared by North and South still have the potential to change with Brexit. Our position in a global context as well as the relationship we share with our … Continued

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Why You Have to Create Time to Innovate in Your Organisation

admin / February 20, 2018

“All organisations,” management consultant Peter Drucker once said, “need one core competency: innovation.” While every company wants to stand out, to be ahead of the curve, if you want to break through to the next level of success, you need to adopt innovation as a core business strategy. But the reality of this is that you … Continued

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AI and the Workforce: Looking Forward

admin / January 30, 2018

Artificial intelligence has been making its way into the economy for decades. From assembly line robots all the way down to Redbox DVD rentals, functions once fulfilled by human workers have been taken over by automated processes. In employment terms, many employees tasked with routine jobs have been replaced by a few charged with keeping … Continued

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Job Hopping: Is it a Good Idea?

admin / January 23, 2018

Climbing the hierarchy used to be a reward for loyalty. But the days when people worked for decades for the same company are quickly becoming a relic of the past. While you might find a few examples of 20 or 30-year commitments to a company, job hopping, where professionals have started moving from company to company, has … Continued

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Returning Home for Christmas?

admin / December 12, 2017

As the countdown to Christmas continues, many people will have loved ones who have emigrated in the past, returning to home shores. Whilst this is a happy experience, the holidays go quickly and December excitement and joy can be replaced to some degree of sorrow when January arrives and many professionals look to return overseas to go … Continued

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7 Ways to Train your Brain to Become a Better Leader

admin / December 7, 2017

According to the Workplace Trends’ Global Workforce Leadership survey, almost half of the employers who took part noted that leadership is the hardest skill to find in employees. While this may be hard to believe,  talent alone is not enough to be a great leader, this skill must be developed and you need to have the … Continued

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