None of us would have predicted we would be in this position at the start of 2020 and sudden change can be very daunting. However, it is not all negative and it’s important we look towards the future with a positive attitude, after all, if we can get through this we can get through anything.
With the UK leaving the European union, we asked our recruiters for their thoughts and insights on the impact Brexit will have on hiring trends in the Irish market. Here’s what they had to say.
Whether we look at the monastic city in Mungret, a thriving settlement in the 6th century or come forward to more modern times for the Mechanics Institute of Limerick and the stunning Ardnacrusha initiative, which enabled huge growth in the country through access to electricity, the Mid West of…
Why did FS cross the sea?.. To get to the EEA Passport guarantee! Three years on from the U.K. voting to leave Europe, we have edged ever closer to the cliff and now the effects of heavy costal erosion seem to have come into play. No, this is not a lesson in geography but a view of Brexit and the…
With the Brexit deadline looming in and many people still uncertain of the effects it will have. We asked our Construction and Engineering Recruiter Miriam about the recruiting trends that happened over the past 12 months and what she thinks 2020 holds for the Construction and Engineering sector.
I bumped into a few friends who were home for Christmas and the conversation inevitably turned to “when are you moving back?” and “what’s it like being at home?”. I made the move back in 2018 ... Here’s my take on both