In case you haven’t noticed, the World Cup is in full swing. The four-year cycle is reaching its climax in Brazil – with the final due to take place on Sunday July 13th. Fortunately for Irish employers, many of the games are in the evening time. But a substantial proportion of them are taking place at 5pm.And if your soccer-loving
Here are 5 Tips for Writing a Job Specification: This is where the job specificiation internally gets sent around the house and everyone gets to add a so called essential skillset, the job specification ends up reading fantastic but is it realistic? It's regular to see a job specification made up of at least two defined career paths
Morgan McKinley hosted the latest Espresso Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday 1st of April in our Dublin offices to a capacity audience. The topic of focus was ‘Inside High Performing Teams’, delivered by Alan Lyons, Business Psychologist and partner at KinchLyons. Alan provided key insight and useful 'Positive Psychology' tips for management
One of the key drivers for business success is management’s ability to effectively manage the performance of individuals and teams. Managing performance is driven by the gap between where our people are now and where we want them to be!
I think everyone will agree that for a number of years it was an employer's market. To some extent, in certain areas of the country, it still is. However, employers need to realise that now HR candidates, both specialists and generalists, have more choice and there's limited room for complacency. Here are some tips that will help you as
Technology is changing how customers and consumers interact with companies. Your business either chooses transparency or transparency will be set among you; time is ticking.The recruitment market is returning slowly but surely. Companies are investing heavily in online marketing and brand image, however if you look at recruitment as a key touch
I am currently assisting a client to find a part-time HR Manager in the Dublin area. I am amazed at the quantity and quality of professional women out there that would really like a part-time working option.The bottom lines is that part-time HR Manager roles in Dublin are few and far between which means that there are a lot of people out there
Despite the ongoing recession, there is still movement within the professional skilled labour market. The latest Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor (Jan 2013) shows that new permanent job opportunities for professionals in Ireland increased by 42% from 6,861 in December 2012 to 9,730 in January 2013. This also represented a 4%