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Choosing amongst the best finance recruitment agencies in Dublin

Warren Hilton / August 21, 2019

If you are at the stage in your job search where you have successfully shortlisted 5-10 of your preferred finance recruitment agencies in Dublin, congratulations! Use this process to choose amongst finance recruitment agencies in Dublin. Given the sheer volume of these agencies that you are bombarded with, you’ve already taken a major step towards … Continued

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10 Jobs That Pay Well in Ireland | Decide your next career move

Lincoln Recruitment / August 12, 2019

Ireland is quickly establishing itself as one of the top countries for business growth, with Dublin front and centre of the industry. Here is a list of 10 jobs that pay well in Ireland. Why can you expect a higher rate of pay in Ireland? It has widely been reported that the capital is enjoying … Continued

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The Job Search Strategy: Finding Jobs In Finance in Dublin

Jamie O'Riordan / July 29, 2019

This guide will help you identify and apply for jobs in finance in Dublin. Why Dublin? Dublin is a major financial center, recently ranked as the second most attractive finance hub in Europe by the PWC Global Economy Watch. With this, it is an incredibly competitive jobs market, with competition for top jobs in finance at … Continued

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Five Steps to Finding the Best Employment Agency in Dublin

Katie Mitchell / July 24, 2019

Finding an Employment Agency in Dublin doesn’t have to feel confusing or stressful.   Use this simple guide to choose the right employment agency for you. The job market in Ireland is bustling at the moment, with a buoyant tech industry and plenty of inward investment. With economic growth outperforming many other countries, it’s a good … Continued

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The CEO Who Landed on the Moon

Orla Doyle / July 18, 2019

As the Apollo 11 descended onto the Moon’s surface, the world collectively held its breath. The seconds ticked by, the tension rose… and yet in the midst of it all, the occupants of the rocket itself commandeered by one Neil Armstrong managed to hold their nerves at bay and execute a successful landing. On the … Continued

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Time Management Hacks for Sales Reps: How to Be More Productive

Stephen Wynne / July 1, 2019

Sales reps need to maximise their productivity at all times. It’s simple: the more prospects you contact, the more likely you are to make a sale. The more sales you close, the more valuable you become to your company and the more money you will earn. Fortunately, a number of time management hacks can boost your productivity, … Continued

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How to Ask High Impact Questions at Interviews

Concepta Cadogan / June 25, 2019

Interviews are supposed to offer a mutual opportunity for both parties to assess the other for suitability. While traditionally interviews tend to be led by the employer, there is a prime opportunity during the question stage for the interviewee to turn the tables. This is the right time to throw in a high impact question. … Continued

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Are We Finally Over the Obsession With Sector Experience?

Shay Dalton / May 28, 2019

Is Sector Experience Overrated? As little as a few years ago, a typical management profile would entail a leader who spent the majority of his/her career working within the same industry the company is positioned in. At best, they might have come from an adjacent industry (think insurance to banking). There were reasons for this … Continued

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How to Successfully Ask for Time Off (The Ultimate Email Script)

Lincoln Recruitment / May 15, 2019

The holiday season is approaching quickly. For many professionals it is often the case when your send your manager an email requesting to take a few days off for holiday, the following response can seem familiar. Even though many of us are entitled to our holiday allowance, we can get pushback from management, especially when … Continued

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How to write a CV and cover letter that work

Emma Morrissey / May 9, 2019

How to write a CV and cover letter that work It’s an old saying but it’s true nonetheless and even more so in the area of job applications. Many people see writing a Curriculum Vitae (CV) and cover letter as something of an administrative chore but successful job seekers know that this is the first … Continued

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