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Time to step up support for companies locating outside Dublin

  • 16 Jul 2019

While Dublin was recently ranked the number one large city in the world for foreign direct investment, there is huge pressure on accommodation in the capital. Eolas Recruitment increasingly finds that good candidates are unable to take up roles...

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Critical Skills Employment Permit Rule Change Will Benefit Spouses

  • 12 Mar 2019

Revised immigration arrangements for the spouses and de facto partners of persons with permission to reside in Ireland on the basis of a Critical Skills Employment Permit (CSEP) were announced on 6 March 2019. The new rules will make it easier for...

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The non-financial benefits that help attract IT talent

  • 23 Jan 2019

For some employees, benefits such as flexible working or the opportunity to advance, can be as motivating as financial rewards. Moreover, non-financial benefits often make for happier employees which, in turn, can help employers improve their staff...

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National minimum wage increase 2019

  • 9 Jan 2019

An ESRI examination of the labour market transitions of minimum wage workers shows that over a nine month period, approximately 30 percent of minimum wage employees transitioned to higher pay, with 18 percent staying on the minimum wage. The vast...

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Performance review tips for managers

  • 14 Nov 2018

Managers and employees often complain that these end-of-year reviews lack meaning or are only relevant for bonuses. However, a well-conducted performance review is an opportunity for a broad discussion about career aspirations and development plans....

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Employers : What you need to know about hiring IT talent from outside the EEA

  • 6 Nov 2018

For employers seeking to recruit IT workers, the good news is that many ICT roles are included on the Highly Skilled Eligible Occupations List maintained and updated by the Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation. Individuals with skills...

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Gender equality and the gender pay gap in Ireland

  • 27 Mar 2018

A 2017 study from the Central Statistics Office which polled gross hourly earnings showed that women in Ireland were paid on average 14% less than men. This was compared to a 12% gender disparity in 2012, highlighting the increasing pay gap between...

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How will GDPR affect the recruitment industry?

  • 13 Mar 2018

Using a GDPR compliant recruitment agency such as Eolas Recruitment to find the right candidates for your vacancies is the ideal way to ensure you meet the compliance requirements specified by the new regulations. What is GDPR? You’re sure to...

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More Industry Professionals Migrating to Ireland For Work, Figures Show

  • 19 Jan 2018

The figures indicate that UK-based industry professionals accounted for 21% of the net-migration to Ireland, causing a shift in the patterns which had been documented earlier in the year. The latest news shows a complete reversal of a study...

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Popularity of Java is Rising in Ireland

  • 16 Jan 2018

The Developer Ecosystem: 2018 Predictions also notes how, due to the rise in interest, it has moved up to be the second most in-demand programming language wanted by businesses after JavaScript, which is used to create interactive web...

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The Importance of Quality Assurance in the Tech Industry

  • 12 Jan 2018

Missing one minor issue can impact how well your final product performs and has the potential to be detrimental to its overall success. Creating software is a rigorous process that involves many different groups of individuals working in...

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Why Java is Useful for Enterprise Software Projects

  • 6 Jan 2018

However, as one of the most widely used methods of coding, the number of projects undertaken with Java as their primary coding method has increased by as much as 20%, despite reports from Technology Analysts hinting that it could soon...

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