“The Future is Now” was the theme of last night’s National Recruitment Federation (NRF) annual regional conference held in the Clarion hotel, Cork City. The event, which was ran in partnership with the Cork Chamber, was very well attended. Guests on the evening were entertained and treated to an impressive line up of guest speakers.
Morgan McKinley were delighted once again to sponsor the CIMA annual dinner at the Maryborough Hotel on Saturday night.With over 150 members and guests attending it was again a fabulous evening with speakers including;Keith Luck, Deputy President of CIMA worldwide,Louise Connaughton, CIMA All Ireland Chair andKaren O’Keeffe, CIMA Southern Chair.
Our Morgan McKinley Ireland Salary & Benefits Guide examines salary trends for Engineering in 2014 for a range of professional positions, as well as profiling Compensation & Benefit packages across a number of sectors.Benefit TypeManagementNon ManagementPension5% - 10% employer contribution5% - 8% employer contributionHealthcareCover
When asked about her vision Julie gave a simple target for herself and EI – if there is an entrepreneur or company anywhere in the world considering setting up a new operation, Ireland should be at the forefront of their thoughts. Julie believes Cork has a fantastic opportunity within the IT cluster
On 25 November 2012, Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Limited (GIIL), began trading as a joint venture between Glanbia Co-operative Society and Glanbia plc. GIIL, Ireland’s largest dairy ingredients business, processes 1.4 billion litres of milk annually into butter, cheese, milk proteins, whey derivatives, milk powders and specialist blends. Glanbia
€30,000 bursary prize Cork Innovates held a Bursary Pitch dinner last night in Cork County Hall, where a packed Vertigo were given a glimpse of entrepreneurial endeavour, spirit and enthusiasm as five companies pitched to secure a prize worth almost €30,000. Unique event The event is unique in Ireland and thanks to the