For experienced professionals, one of the most dreaded questions is “What are your salary expectations?” There is a lot of advice available on this topic, but one size does not fit all. Here are a few suggestions that may be useful based on your situation. Research the salary range for your targeted job or title, education,
As part of our Morgan McKinley 2012 Salary Survey we examined the average supply chain & operations salaries in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Kilkenny and Waterford.Download our technical 2012 salary survey in PDF format >>Supply Chain & Operations DublinDublinCorkCorkRegionsRegionsRole: Low €K High €K Low €
Singapore is a bustling, world-class city-state that has made waves around the world for its business excellence. If you are on a business visit or furthermore looking to relocate and work in this lovely place in South East Asia, you should habituate yourself with the most common business etiquettes in Singapore.Top tips for business etiquette in
Continuing from my last update on the Australian technical and engineering market, the industry continues to show strength across Australia despite the global economic downturn. Perth, South Australia and Queensland continue to have high demand for engineering professionals driven predominantly by the mining and resources boom while in NSW the
I was pleased to read an article on Silicon Republic announcing that the National College of Ireland (NCI) now offering job seekers the opportunity to take up a free part-time programme in cloud computing, web development or web technologies under the Government’s new springboard initiative.The initiative was launched in May this year, by the
With the strengthening Australian dollar, a low unemployment rate of around 4.4% and Australia’s resilient economy, a move down under has become even more appealing to experienced professionals looking for their next new role. Having recently transferred from Morgan McKinley London to our Sydney office, there are several points I recommend you
After a beautiful long weekend of unwinding and recharging the batteries, yesterday morning I decided to ease back into reality by checking out my news feed on Twitter... I came across an article in the careers section of the New York Times about how employees can ask for help in the workplace without making themselves look or feel incompetent.
Figures from Tourism Australia reveal that in the 12 months ending on 31 January 2011, the number of Irish nationals that were granted a visa to work in Australia jumped by 30% compared to the same period in 2009/10. Our colleagues in Morgan McKinley's Sydney office have also noticed an increase in demand for accountants, particularly in the