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A third of managers in Ireland ill-equipped to do the job

A third of managers (33%) in Ireland have had no formal training, while 85% of current managers admit to feeling like they were ‘quietly promoted’ to manage other people, a new survey has shown.

Future workforce on hold? 48% of companies state they are reducing graduate hires this year

48% of Irish employers have stated that they are now hiring fewer graduates than last year.

Less than one in five think their employer does enough to tackle climate change

Only 17% of professionals in Ireland think their employer is doing enough to help combat climate change.

Over half of Irish employers are struggling to attract and retain talent

Approximately 57% of Irish employers are struggling to attract and retain staff this year – two-fifths blame too high salary expectations.

Hiring obstacles - 85% of employers believe skills shortages will impact their hiring this year

Some 85% of Irish employers think skills shortages will impact their hiring plans in 2024.

Half of professionals would start new job search if needed to work more days in-office

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Over 50% of Irish professionals would start looking for a new job if they were told by their employer that they’d have to work more days in the office.

Bonus cuts - 67% of employees threaten to quit

Over half of professionals (67%) have stated that they will ‘seriously contemplate’ leaving their current job if they miss out on a year-end bonus this January.

Old Lady of Tara Street revamped by Galway girl

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Waiting outside the office of the Irish Times’ managing director, one might expect a snotty Moneypenny to usher you into a dark, wood-panelled study where a stern Judi Dench as M, in James Bond, will be enthroned at a leathered desk, waiting to receive, with a thousand-yard death stare.

Spacious and quaint three bedroom Baylough residence is the ideal starter property

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O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers leads the private treaty market in Galway

Last year started off with sales in Rockbarton Park, Clogher, Claregalway, Kingston Road, Pairc na gCapaill, and Dalysfort Road to name a few, kicking off what turned out to be an incredibly busy year for O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers' private treaty department, one of Galway’s leading estate agents for more than 40 years.

 

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