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!
A Cicada invasion has begun to sweep the Eastern United States.
Same old story, the time has come where your current position is no longer as appealing as it originally was, or on the opposite hand you have been unemployed for some time so it’s onto the internet for CV writing tips. In the current economic climate it is now more important than ever to make your CV stand out and to sell your skills and experience.
Some tips to focus on before an interview. These are the basic tips I always give engineers before an interview. At Morgan McKinley we have a great deal of experience preparing candidates before interview. If you are currently preparing for an interview or are seeking new opportunities please do get in touch. We can meet you face to face and can provide you with a lot more additional information to ensure you do secure that dream job and are 100% prepared before an interview.
In today's global workplace many employers are opting to use Skype as a way to interview candidates from multiple locations. This type of interview cuts down on travel expenses and provides employers with an alternative way to quickly and easily find the perfect person.
So you have been successful in securing an interview, you have passed the telephone interview with flying colours and you are fully prepared for your first face to face interview. It’s all plain sailing from here right? What can go wrong?
Firstly, best of luck to those sitting their final tax exams this week!
Key highlights from the April 2013 monitor are as follows:
After 26 years managing the most successful club in British Football Sir Alex Ferguson recently announced he will retire as Manchester United Manager at the end of the season.
Having won 13 league titles, 2 Champions Leagues, the Cup Winners’ Cup, 5 FA Cups and 4 League Cups, Sir Alex felt it was the right time to lay off the chewing gum and hand the reins to a successor.