FRS Recruitment has been announced as the title sponsor of the 2023 GAA World Games, which were officially launched at Croke Park today and will bring some 1,300 players from 10 regions around the globe home to play in Derry this summer.
The impact of the COVID-19 restrictions and the rise in e-commerce have squeezed the global healthcare supply chain.
My colleague, Emma Fenton and I had the opportunity to attend the EPA Conference in Paris on March 25-28th.
Here at FRS recruitment, we’ve been in the industry long enough to know that talent acquisition, HR and recruitment all have their fair share of trends. Every year something new arises in how talent wants to be approached and what people prioritise when they’re considering moving jobs.
Global research and advisory firm Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) announced winners of the 2023 Best Staffing Firms to Work For on March 8th 2023, during its Executive Forum North America conference. FRS Recruitment was recognized as a winner in the Best Staffing Firms in Ireland.
The Irish Health Service employed 391 Consultant Psychiatrists in 2019 (Irish College of Psychiatry). The College of Psychiatrists Workforce Planning Report 2013-2023 identified the need for 800 Psychiatrists in post by 2023. The Covid pandemic as well as the protracted negotiations led to a delay false
The IT Team at FRS recently attended the Tech Nomads event held in the stunning Gallery Art House last week and it was a truly engaging and fruitful experience! With being one of the main sponsors for this event, we took this opportunity to meet current and new clients, explore what their companies false
Its been an interesting start to the year with the layoffs starting in November and continuing up until this day. A lot of people have been asking about the market and what we can expect. While none of us know for certain – there is a lot of optimism that what we are encountering is more a bump in false
Did you know that Doctors from non-EEA countries who have worked in their profession in Ireland for over two years will now be permitted to apply to work in Ireland without the need of a work permit?