To mark World Menopause Day, Vodafone made its Menopause Toolkit available to all Irish businesses, encouraging employers to engage with their teams on the topic and support employees through all life stages. Recent research conducted by Vodafone estimates that menopause currently affects around 15% of Vodafone’s 100,000 employees globally. As part of the independent study, it
Vodafone Ireland launches its Sustainable Business Report with focus on Diversity & Equality, Energy & Environment and Youth Skills & Jobs transformational goals Report unveiled at a special event hosted at the ‘Cool Planet Experience’ to celebrate International Day of Climate Action 2018 Key note from Senior TED fellow and author Dr Rachel Armstrong on
ISPCC Childline and the Vodafone Ireland Foundation are delighted to announce a major five year partnership that aims to keep children safe by keeping them connected. The Partnership will: provide the charity with €2 million in direct funding from the Vodafone Foundation over five years provide a commitment to covering the call costs for the
This month’s in Conversation With series features Natalie Hodgess, Vodafone Ireland Foundation Manager.
Business in the Community Ireland participated in the CSRxChange organised by Dr Deirdre Ahern of the TCD School of Law on September 17th
Irish teenagers think cyberbullying is worse than face-to-face bullying (60 %) and over half (51%) believe it to be a bigger problem than drug abuse for young people, a global survey of almost 5,000 teenagers across 11 countries including Ireland has revealed. Conducted by YouGov on behalf of Vodafone, the research found that one in
Vodafone is Ireland’s leading total communications provider with over 2.35 million mobile and fixed subscribers. Vodafone Ireland employ approximately 1300 people in Dublin and Dundalk; almost half of whom work in customer care, providing customer support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Vodafone makes significant investments building and maintaining our networks and to