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Prof Alma McCarthy.

(...) which will necessitate increased recruitment among our younger generations. Many studies report that(...)

Dubliner Sinéad Connolly: “I hadn’t really been involved in the Irish community until a year ago, and it was my mum told me I should do so.”

(...) recruitment company supplying support role staff such as receptionists and secretaries. She has been nominated(...)

Hays, like other British recruiters, has helped to offset challenges at home with growth abroad. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

(...) payments from recruitment firm Hays on Thursday, as investors worried about the impact of Brexit on UK(...)

Alan Wilson, head of international investment at Invest Northern Ireland, and SmashFly chief executive Thom Kenney.

(...) investment outside the US. SmashFly Technologies, which specialises in developing software for recruitment(...)

One person said that twice this year he thought he had recruited a software engineer, only to have each candidate cease all contact as soon as a formal offer letter was sent. Photograph: iStock

(...) recruitment industry is immune. One person told of a candidate disappearing – after agreeing to become a(...)

Indeed president Chris Hyams: “What has drawn us to Dublin is the incredible diversity in the workforce.” Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

(...) recruitment company. The idea was to take those jobs that never make it online – the “Help wanted” signs in(...)

Gary Mullan, Prosperity co-founder: “I think the future is bright and what’s really encouraging for us now is that local indigenous businesses are leading the way for us.”

(...) recruitment. After a year’s experience working for a company, he left to set up his own with friend Jim Murray(...)

Chief executive of Hays Alistair Cox said he was mindful of the effects  the Brexit referendum would have on his clients

(...) of recruitment firm Hays said yesterday, adding growth in other parts of the world should offset(...)

Rob Ferry: “. . . we are getting traction and have recently taken on two additional staff”

At the height of the boom, there were recruitment companies on every corner. When the crash came(...)