Engineering & Construction Salary

Jobs in Construction are growing, sentiment in the sector is positive and many companies optimistic for the year ahead. With jobs now available many businesses are focused on attracting home the experienced and skilled professionals who moved abroad following the downturn. Job Title Dublin Regional €K p/a €K p/a CONSTRUCTION CONSULTANT SALARY Project Director 190K –

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How to ace your quarterly review

Quarterly Reviews are becoming more common in workplaces around Ireland. Overtaking the annual review, they are regarded as a more productive way of setting targets, evaluating productivity while providing people with a forum to discuss their professional objectives and concerns. Usually, staff members are notified of their appointment time for their review; they will mark

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Construction wages are rising for emigrants who move home

“Come home, there are plenty of jobs.” That’s the rallying cry from the Irish construction industry seeking to lure back emigrant construction workers from the trades and professions who fled Ireland during the recession. The likes of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland, the Construction Industry Federation and Engineers Ireland have been busily encouraging people

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Ministers Bruton and Halligan announce 50,000 apprenticeships and traineeships by 2020 under new Government plan

€20m Additional Funding provided in 2017;13 New Apprenticeships by End of 2017 Over 120 Apprenticeship and Traineeship Schemes by 2020 The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton TD, together with the Minister of State for Training, Skills and Innovation, John Halligan TD, have today (26th January 2017) launched the Government’s Plan to expand apprenticeships

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How did Immigrants Fare in the Irish Labour Market over the Great Recession?

Authors: Elish Kelly , Seamus McGuinness , Philip J O’Connell , Alberto Gonzalez Pandiella , David Haugh OECD Economics Department Working Papers No. 1284 This paper identifies the labour market impact of the Great Recession on immigrants compared to natives and how this relationship has evolved since the downturn. We find that the employment penalty

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