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Tech West 2016: Meet Tech Companies Hiring in the West of Ireland

Tech West 2016: Meet Tech Companies Hiring in the West of Ireland Join us at Tech West 2016, Wednesday, October 26th at the Gibson Hotel, from 5pm, to hear about the many job opportunities open.  Awaken to the great job opportunities in the West and experience a quality of life only the West can offer. Find out about tech jobs in the West & Midwest Meet local start-up companies Get expert advice on moving back West Up to 100 high tech jobs to be filled before the end of the year! When: Wednesday, 26th October from 5pm                                      Where: Gibson Hotel, Dublin 5pm                                   Registration opens 6pm                                   Overview of the event – MC Samantha McCaughren Introduction – Michelle Murphy (Director, Collins McNicholas) Introduction – Ian Brannigan (CEO, Western Development Commission) 6:15 to 6:45pm Panel Discussion No.1. – Driving innovation within the West & Midwest regions Gillian Buckley – Western  Development Commission Johnny O’Dwyer – Innovation District, Galway John Magee – Head of Enterprise, LEO Mayo Niall O’Callaghan – IDA Midwest Barry Egan – Enterprise Ireland 6:45pm to 7pm Visit stands // Collins McNicholas Career & CV clinics 7pm to 7:30pm   Panel Discussion No.2. – Opportunities for key talent in the West & Midwest Joe Smyth – Alto Cloud, Galway Pat Hession – Cisco Galway Keith Moran – SL Controls Galway 7:40pm to 8.10pm Panel Discussion No.3 – Opportunities for key talent in...
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Budget Basics 2017

Budget Basics 2017 Tuesday afternoon, Ministers Noonan and Donohue presented the budget for 2017 to the Dail. It included a number of expected measures, along with some interesting talking points. It’s very easy to get lost in the stats, but what implications does this really have? At a breakfast briefing this morning, hosted by RBK, Ulster bank and Athlone Chamber of Commerce, some of the main areas were outlined and have been summarised below – USC has been reduced by 0.5% Social welfare payments are to be increased by €5 per week €15 million has been allocated to bringing high-speed broadband to rural Ireland The education sector will receive an extra €458 million. This will be spent on recruitment of 2400 teaching staff, €36 million on higher and further education, and a 35% increase on early years funding A tax increase on cigarettes of 50c per pack VRT relief on the purchase of hybrid vehicles as a measure in support of tackling climate change First-time buyers will get an income tax rebate of 5% on the value of their purchase up to a cap of €20,000 refund €1.2bn in funding for housing, with47,000 new social housing units by 2021 800 additional Gardaí to be recruited in 2017 1000 additional nurses and midwives to be recruited 10c rise in the minimum wage as recommended by Low Pay Commission There has been a mixed reaction to the budget announcement so far. The general conclusion is that while there are some positive moves, none of these are likely to have a very significant impact on the average worker. Donie Shine Recruitment Consultant Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services...
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