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?
A key aspect to my role is talking to both employers and candidates on a regular basis ensuring I get a full understanding of a). what the employer is looking for in a jobseeker and b). what candidates are looking for in a role. This communication is vitally important for all parties involved. Just false
FRS Recruitment is forecasting further growth in recruitment opportunities in IT, construction and healthcare in 2023. Describing these sectors as “relatively inelastic” they say such is the “pent up demand” in these sectors that they will be a significant level of job openings this year.
Annual leave, holidays, time off, or simply “AL”. Regardless of where they work, employees cherish their time away from the grind, often looking at their calendar to double check when bank holidays are due to fall.
A new report published today (09.01.23) by Zoom in collaboration with FRS Recruitment shows Irish job posts offering remote and hybrid work are up 43% over 12 months. Ireland’s hybrid advantage: How flexible working is empowering Irish society and economy indicates growing demand for more flexible false
FRS Doctors team assist Doctors from all over the world to relocate to Ireland. Here are the most frequently asked questions about the process.
FRS Recruitment are proud to be involved and support Damien Dempsey’s new Christmas song ‘Fáilte Abhaile’ (Welcome Home) which calls on Irish people living abroad to come home while raising vital money for Focus Ireland. Focus Ireland works with people across Ireland who are homeless or are at risk false