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An employer's perspective: R.K. Burt

We recently had a chat with Charlotte from  R.K. Burt to find out more about their business and what they’re looking for in their perfect graduate hire. 1,366 more words

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LGBT workplace equality – Realising the importance and value of diversity & inclusiveness in business

Guest blog: Catherine Vaughan, Director, EY

In Ireland and across the world; customers, suppliers and other business partners no longer make choices simply based on price. 856 more words

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Returning to the market for skilled candidates? (Infographic)

During the recession, the recruitment market was primarily employer-led with a significant deficit in jobs and career opportunities. But over the past year, the market has turned on its head as the demand for skilled graduates grows, putting the candidate back in pole position. 317 more words

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Supreme Court highlights risks of relying on commercial common sense

The recent decision of the Supreme Court in Arnold v Britton and others UKSC 36 has seen the Court return to its traditional approach of interpreting the provisions of a contract. 437 more words

Taylor Vinters

Top tips for your summer internship!

Summer is just around the corner which means that many graduates are preparing to start summer internships. With this in mind, the gradireland team have asked some interns currently working with Deloitte for some advice for students about what they can expect, and how they can make the most of the experience. 800 more words

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Success & Innovation at 2016 gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards

April 28th saw almost 600 of Ireland’s graduate recruiters, course providers and stakeholders come together in the Round Room of Dublin’s Mansion House to celebrate achievement and innovation in the graduate recruitment area, on this the tenth anniversary of the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards. 628 more words

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Singapore – Why is the city a global business hub?

For many years Singapore has been considered by the business world to be a safe, thriving and efficient entry point into the Asian Market. Singapore’s importance as a gateway to South East Asia is set to increase further however with the launch of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Economic Community on 31 December 2015, which will combine a population of over 600 million people and GDP of £1.2 trillion. 1,199 more words

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