It happened to me: Why it’s good to talk about mental health

It happened to me: Why it’s good to talk about mental health

Members share personal experiences from on and off site to raise awareness of real-life issues affecting people working in the industry This year I participated in Movember - an annual event involving growing moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness...

Construction Industry Federation Q3 Economic Outlook

Construction Industry Federation Q3 Economic Outlook

Half of construction companies remain positive about the health of the industry, despite rising material and labour costs Half of construction companies in Ireland remain positive about the health of the industry despite 76 per cent reporting a year-on-year increase...

Addressing the skills gap when faced with a talent puddle

Addressing the skills gap when faced with a talent puddle

What in previous years has been a large talent pool of skilled construction labour, this year has turned into a ‘talent puddle’, says Ferdia White, business director of Dublin-based Hays recruiting agency. Moreover, the skills gap in Ireland’s construction gap is...

Women in construction: Anne Kinsella

Women in construction: Anne Kinsella

Equal Measures - An insight into a career in construction from a woman’s point of view Anne Kinsella An engineering manager with Clonmel Enterprises Ltd who has worked in the industry for 19 years My first job was as a graduate resident engineer with Kildare County...

How to make an IT value judgement in a post-Covid workplace

How to make an IT value judgement in a post-Covid workplace

Covid forced change in the workplace but the power behind it was driven by IT. Re-evaluating how to engage digitally can led to commercial opportunities, writes Azon Recruitment Group’s Principal Technology Consultant Gary Caffrey A long-established construction...

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