Over the past 10 years Facebook, Google, Linkedin and Twitter have been battling it out for the best candidates to join their organisations. Most recently candidates are asking “what really is the difference between them all? and isn't working there just about the free food ?”
If the internship has taught us anything, it is that graduate recruitment is becoming a huge part of Talent acquisition and we are about to see a huge rise given the amount of companies now actively hiring in Dublin
Morgan McKinley are delighted to welcome Orla Moran to our Women in Leadership series. Orla has dedicated her career to working for game changing technology companies. She has spent over 15 years in the corporate world, heading up sales teams and building sales teams from the ground up, mainly for US FDI firms both in London and in Dublin.
So last week saw the last ever Web Summit being held in Ireland (well for now that is). There have been a number of articles about the devastating effects this will have on the Irish economy, a potential gap in the tech sector, and the promotion of Ireland as the European Capital of all things Techie. However there is a key
Morgan McKinley is pleased to welcome Paula Neary to our Women in Leadership series. Paula is currently Managing Director within Accenture’s Health and Public Service practice and a member of Accenture's Irish Leadership team.
Some would argue that the likes of Don Draper and his Madison Avenue ad agency cohorts are a thing of the past. I would tend to disagree, instead I would suggest that they have simply moved from Madison Avenue to Menlo Park and Mountain View, the homes of advertising giants Facebook and Google.