Wages and reorganisation: Nine graphs that tell the story of Indeed in Ireland
The online recruitment firm Indeed recently relocated more of its business to Ireland. So, how big an impact has the reorganisation had on its Irish performance? How much money flows through its Dublin offices? And how much are the 1,242 employees at its main Irish company paid?
Kainos executive on tech, talent and ethics at a £1.3bn company
Aislinn McBride is one of the most senior technology leaders at Kainos. As the Belfast software group’s international expansion pushes revenues past £300m, she openly discusses its next challenges: finding and keeping staff, fending off cyber attacks and exploring the ethics of AI.
Glass ceilings, pay parity, and progression: professional female candidates share their experience of the job market
Having struggled to source female candidates for several senior finance roles, I commissioned a survey of female managers in Irish businesses. The numbers, along with commentary provided by the respondents, give an insight into how female professionals view the job market.
Internal v external, pay expectations and the need for speed: The secrets of recruiting for the C suite
The increasingly competitive market for talent has extended to the search for top-level executives, adding to the risky choice between promoting existing employees and attracting new talent. Carefully planned recruitment can navigate both.
“I hit that tipping point where I said if I don’t do this now, I’m never going to do it. I’m just going to get too comfortable”
Mark Hughes was on the multinational fast track. Then he left his job to launch Gradguide, which helps graduates get the mentorship they need and tech employers the talent they want. He talks about his journey and reveals how he convinced Terry Clune to back his vision.