As a specialist Practice recruiter operating in Dublin, I speak to Partners in small and medium sized Accounting Firms on a daily basis. Over the past couple of years a recurring question that surfaces is whether or not they are using Cloud Computing?
In recent news we were all shocked or thrilled with the news that ye olde Alex Ferguson was, finally, hanging up his famous black overcoat. Now with rumours rife about Wayne Rooney jumping ship, the question on many peoples minds right now is “Does my career need a Spring clean too?”
Whether you’re a recent IT Graduate or currently completing your IT degree, you’re probably wondering what next.
A few weeks ago I blogged about the increase in demand for Learning & Development professionals by both foreign and Irish owned business’ One notable trend is the focus that these companies are placing on training and developing staff both on technical knowledge and “soft” skills.
Do you waste time looking for emails, memos or reports? Do you have a reputation for losing things at work? If you can't find a document you are looking for instantly, your office needs organising. If the stacks of paper on your desk are giving customers or managers the wrong impression, this is worth sorting out!
Being a marketing professional is all about being the driving force behind your company’s product or service and maximising it’s potential.
The human brain has unlimited potential- apparently even the most intelligent people use less than 20% of their brain capacity. A person’s potential skill set depends on many factors outside their CV. Their intelligence, education, aspiration and commitment play a factor in their achievements. However the potential in our souls to imagine and to achieve things beyond any of our expectations is unfathomable.
I attended the Leinster Society of Chartered Accountants May Business Luncheon on Thursday, 16th May where Lorcan O'Connor, the head of the newly established Independent Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI), was the guest speaker.
I recently made a big jump from a local rival to Morgan McKinley but why Morgan McKinley? The main selling point for me was the aim and vision to grow and succeed. After working in Recruitment for the past 12 months for a local competitor, I’d decided Recruitment is where I want to be, so why not work for the best!