Several weeks have passed since initial restrictions came into operation for many businesses across Ireland. Eager to discuss what happens next we held a virtual round table last week with HR leaders across Ireland. The theme of the online event was “Workplace Readiness in a Covid 19 world”
Having worked in Supply Chain Planning within a large manufacturing environment for many years prior to recruitment, I understand how a sudden disruption in supply or demand can generate feelings of fear and uncertainty across all areas of Supply Chain.
Although the current global business climate is showing signs of volatility, with various geopolitical circumstances such as a potential no-deal Brexit, the trade war between the US and China and a potential economic slowdown in Germany all affecting business confidence, the Irish economy continues to succeed. The recent quarterly report by
Not so long ago when I decided to make the move down to Cork I gave my Cork friend Johnny a call telling him I’d be taking up a new post with Morgan McKinley. In true Johnny fashion his first question was “What’s the coin like”?
These days as engineering professionals explore opportunities around them it’s becoming more and more apparent that
Mental health issues can often be difficult to identify, and therefore difficult for the person experiencing them to open up and resolve them. As an employer, knowing how to identify and support employees who are struggling with their mental health can be imperative to their overall performance and attitude at work.