We are forecasting 25% increase in job postings over the course of 2021, as the economy stabilises following the uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit. We anticipate that it will be a year of two halves, starting slowly but the rollout of the vaccine will bring confidence back to false
It’s no secret that the IT sector in Ireland is currently booming. The location, membership of the EU and the fact it is the only English-speaking member of the Eurozone provides a highly attractive proposition for multinational firms. Add Ireland’s incredibly close ties with the US, and it’s no false
“People in across the country are thinking very carefully about their employment prospects in light of the pandemic. There is a lot of uncertainty out there. However, some comfort should be taken that the Irish people are considerably more optimistic about their employment prospects than they were false
More than four out of ten people have fears about job security, a figure which has risen over the last year, but the outlook is better than at the beginning of the last recession. According to our new survey, 46% of people are currently afraid about their job security, up from 38% in 2019 but well false
I recently met with Max Cottica – Former CTO of StayCity Aparthotels, Former Head of Data in AIB & Former Global Data Warehouse Manager in HP to discuss the current Data market in Ireland and the changes that had happened over the past year.
We get regular media updates on the overcrowded conditions in our Emergency Department, the times that people have to wait to be admitted to hospital, the crowded corridors, the difficulties faced by the public when they present to these extremely busy departments.
The Construction industry is currently booming in Ireland. As of April this year the crane count in Dublin stood at 117 a slight drop on March with 123. A strong expansion is being seen in both commercial and residential builds. As of May this year planning application has been submitted for a false
FRS Recruitment have partnered with Palmers Relocations to offer support and guidance for Irish expats looking to move home from Australia.
Doctors from all over the world want to work in Ireland. The work experience, the teaching opportunities and the fast-paced, high-volume setting combine to give Doctors an experience beyond their imagination. One of the biggest challenges I face as an experienced Doctors Recruiter is helping false