Patrick Flood

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Half of HR managers do not believe Brexit will have an impact on their organisations. Photograph: iStock

Are Ireland’s human resource managers too relaxed about Brexit? According to the Great Place to Work HR Manager Survey 2018, more than half of respond(...)

We are not born hating Mondays. We grow to see them as a curtailment of enjoyment, and fill ourselves with dread

Peter was in a restaurant when the first panic attack happened. He was completely overwhelmed by it and had no idea what caused it. When he calmed dow(...)

Yelp chief executive Jeremy Stoppelman dispatched the Irish workforce in the company’s European headquarters in Dublin with one line via a conference call. Photograph: Jim Young/Reuters

If the way web company Yelp broke the recent news of job losses at its European headquarters in Dublin is anything to go by, chief executive Jeremy St(...)

Giving employees a lift: The Orchard activity centre  in Co Wicklow  runs conferences and corporate training events for Irish and international clients

The opportunity to pelt an irritating co-worker with paint might seem like the answer to a prayer. But paintball, a military-style game in which parti(...)

The Future of HR in Ireland: at the HR Manager Survey 2016 feedback workshop, Dr Na Fu, MU; John Ryan, CEO of Great Place To Work; Prof Patrick Flood of the Leadership and Talent Institure, DCU; Brian Sutton, Great Place To Work. Front row: Dr Janine Bosak, DCU; Jim Flynn, Great Place To Work. Photograph: Joe Keogh
Positive board influence

The greater representation of HR managers at boardroom level in Ireland has led to a dampening down of personality and agenda-driven politics within (...)