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PRESS RELEASE: Last call for entries to prestigious Irish Early Career Awards

Orla Doyle / September 20, 2018

Deadline extended by a week to cater for increased level of interest this year  IRELAND- The deadline for entry to the Lincoln Recruitment Irish Early Career Awards in association with KBC Bank Ireland has been extended until the 30th of September. Enthusiastic young professionals from all industries stretching from marketing to finance and digital can … Continued

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The Rise of CMO’s: 5 Skills Marketers Bring to the Position of CEO

Orla Doyle / September 20, 2018

In the 21st-century, corporations are looking beyond the traditional pool of CEO candidates to find leaders who can meet all the challenges of the digital world. Enter CMOs. Reebok, Saatchi & Saatchi, Dick’s, KFC, and QuickenLoans are all major companies that have hired former CMOs as their CEOs. In fact, a recent study found that 25% of CEOs … Continued

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Understanding The Benefits of Recruitment Process Outsourcing

John Macklin / September 11, 2018

Recruitment Processing Outsourcing, or RPO, is when a company hires an outside agency to manage all aspects of recruitment. This can include but is not limited to, marketing for new hires, screening interviews, and administering of any testing or group interview processes. RPOs may also take on other HR functions within a company such as … Continued

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Launch: The Lincoln Recruitment Irish Early Career Awards 2018

Orla Doyle / September 4, 2018

his September we are delighted to announce our continued support and title sponsorship of the Lincoln Recruitment Irish Early Career Awards 2018. With nominations now open we invite you to get involved by nominating Ireland’s young talented professionals across multiple professional services sectors. With the entry deadline set for September 21st, there’s plenty of time to apply, nominate … Continued

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The number 1 quality people look for in a manager

Cliona Lyons / August 21, 2018

f you were to go out and ask “what are the qualities of a good manager”, you will probably end up with a list of over 20 qualities. Why? Because it depends on so many differing factors and is of course, different for every organisation, industry and situation. The qualities of what makes a good manager vary greatly … Continued

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Why Some Big Companies Are Calling Their Remote Workers Back into the Office

Shay Dalton / August 14, 2018

Don’t get too comfortable in your home office. mongst the trends likely to grow in the business place of 2018, remote working seems a concept becoming ever more established and prevalent across the majority of sectors. With the technology available today, in some cases it’s often feasible (and even convenient) for employees to work from … Continued

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5 Benefits of Hiring a Human Resource Officer for your Organisation

Concepta Cadogan / August 7, 2018

ost businesses realise that their employees are deep-rooted in their success. For this reason, business owners are more focused on meeting the demands of their employees and equipping them to do their job successfully. However, business owners often wear too many hats, which prevents them from tending to their employees’ needs. This is why hiring a human resource officer has become more … Continued

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Top 10 TED Talks to Watch Before a Job Interview or Important Meeting

Orla Doyle / July 31, 2018

hile more than half of a first impression is based upon body language and physical appearance, 33% of a first impression is based upon vocabulary and vocal quality. Your mood dictates your tone of voice and body language, making it imperative to mentally prepare before important speeches, conferences, meetings, and interviews. Getting into the right headspace could … Continued

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Is your mood getting in the way of success?

Shay Dalton / July 24, 2018

o you think that the mood you have at work makes any difference?  Most people would agree that a person’s professional appearance includes their disposition, so being obviously sad or angry at work is never good. Some would also agree that if a person keeps their outward appearance in check, they are doing their job … Continued

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Neurodiversity: A Competitive Advantage in the Irish Workforce

Orla Doyle / July 18, 2018

Neurodiversity in Ireland The idea of inclusion in the workplace and anti-discrimination have been key targets in the global workforce for many years. With the onset of time, the aspects of each have grown, with one of the newest additions being the inclusion of neurodiversity in the workplace. Neurodiversity is a framework which embraces a … Continued

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