With the historic pace of technological advancements, this popular job interview question has become a daunting challenge to answer without a solid plan – whether you are a student, you are just starting in the workforce or you are a seasoned professional. In honour of International Women’s Day on March 8th, we are delighted to
Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) is pleased to announce that it has formed a strategic partnership with Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
Work placements can be seen by many businesses as a challenge – too difficult to administer, too hard to find valuable tasks and just too time consuming for a busy business. So why then do leading companies develop work placement programmes and how do they gain valuable skills and engaged staff as a result? Business
Workplace: Dalkia, Veolia’s energy business, has recently achieved its 3 year CPD re-accrediation result with Engineers Ireland. Dalkia has utilised the CPD platform as a key tool in the creation of a learning and performance culture which is at the centre of the company’s strategic goals. The learning and performance culture creates an environment where
30 Kellogg’s staff attended the Community Fair held at European HQ in Swords during lunchtime on the 13th February. Despite a busy day, employees came to find out about the new Kellogg’s Breakfasts for Better Days programme – a new employee volunteering initiative in Ireland. Breakfasts for Better Days™ makes hunger relief – breakfast programs