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#Hays Ireland

# hays-ireland - Thursday 28 June, 2018

Companies are losing droves of new hires over misleading jobs specs

Retention of staff has been cited as a big challenge by Irish businesses.

# hays-ireland - Thursday 30 November, 2017

A lot of workers plan to switch jobs for more money next year

The majority of employees in Ireland are dissatisfied with their current pay packages.

# hays-ireland - Tuesday 26 September, 2017

Some new fathers fear taking parental leave will hamper their chances of promotion

28% of people working in technical roles believe fathers may be viewed as less committed to their job if they take full parental leave.

# hays-ireland - Saturday 25 July, 2015

We asked a top corporate headhunter just how easy it was to poach rivals' staff

The stakes are high when it comes to recruiting the best talent.

# hays-ireland - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

Business Poll: What is the best way to keep staff motivated on the job? Business Poll This post contains a poll

Business Poll: What is the best way to keep staff motivated on the job?

Is it all about the money? Or is having a happy workplace and a good boss more important?

# hays-ireland - Friday 21 November, 2014

Most employers will be hiring next year, but workers expect to get more from those jobs

People are expecting extra cash after years of shrinking pay packets.

# hays-ireland - Friday 7 October, 2011

Most jobseekers don't care about their social media activity

But employers do…about 25 per cent of recruiters check out potential candidates’ social networking profiles before offering them a job.

# hays-ireland - Wednesday 8 June, 2011

Three-quarters of professionals 'would leave Ireland within three years' Emigration This post contains a poll

Three-quarters of professionals 'would leave Ireland within three years'

Only five per cent of workers are sure the economy will improve by 2014 – with two-thirds believing it will continue to flag.