Limerick, 2 March 2011 – Irish-owned global professional recruiter Morgan McKinley has launched a dedicated IT recruitment division in its Limerick office, consolidating its position as Ireland’s market leader in IT recruitment consultancy.The new division will draw on the experience and expertise of Morgan McKinley’s established IT teams in Cork
According to our latest Irish Employment Monitor, the number of new professional jobs in the market increased by 39% from December 2010 to January 2011. After these figures were released, I received queries from several people wanting to know more about the Waterford and Kilkenny jobs markets in particular, so I thought I would share some insights
HighlightsThe Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor reports that the number of new professional jobs in January 11 increased by 39% from December 10This also reflected a 37% increase year-on-year from January 10 and was the highest number of new job vacancies recorded since October 08January 11 saw a 23% increase in the number of professionals
Transcript:Newsreader: Three out of five managers expect salaries in their organisations to remain at their current level or increase slightly in 2011. A survey by recruitment specialist Morgan McKinley has found that while few managers expect pay rise for employees this year, just over two out of every five do expect to hire more staff.Karen O'
Salary Guide HighlightsThe majority (63.6%) of managers across the finance, technical, office support and IT functions in Ireland expect basic salaries in their organisations to stay the same over the next 12 months, while just over a quarter (25.7%) think they will rise and only 10.7% fear they will fallIn a positive indicator for the Irish
In Cork, multinationals continued to provide the highest volume of new professional opportunities throughout 2010, with the strongest recruitment demand coming from the IT and shared services sectors. Following a challenging first half of the year, the financial services and SME sectors showed some signs of a recovery in H2, which is hopefully the