In a recent interview published in the Financial Times, the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins said that the European Union faced a “moral crisis” as much as an economic one, suggesting that the “hegemonic” model is not working. Among other criticisms, … Continue reading →
Mayors4Jobs – Getting Ireland back to work, one city, town or county at a time.
Mayors4Jobs is an exciting new initiative conceived of by http://www.icanwork4u.com to assist the Mayors of the Cities and Counties of Ireland to highlight the skill sets of unemployed people in their localities and to provide employers with an easily accessible, … Continue reading →
Small Firms in Ireland feeling happy-ish on economic outlook for 2013.
A report published today by the Small Firms Association of Ireland, an umbrella group representing SME’s and other medium size employers all around Ireland, shows that 40% of Irish businesses surveyed by them are optimistic on the trading outlook for … Continue reading →
On coming to power three years ago, this Irish Government committed to identifying the key actions they will take to support businesses and to create jobs, ie the Action Plan For Jobs. The most recently published Action Plan for Jobs, published … Continue reading →
Sometimes when I hear figures and statistics announced on the radio about the rate of unemployment in Ireland I get confused. Today the issue was debated on the Pat Kenny show or RTE radio. It seems Fine Gael were unhappy … Continue reading →