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When the pandemic began, many organizations in Ireland were ready for full remote-work operations. That’s because they had already implemented remote-work policies years earlier—to great success. It’s becoming clear that today’s dynamic companies will need to improve their remote operating capacity. They will have to lean into best practices for achieving connectivity, provide upward-mobility opportunities for their employees, and use the best technology to remain competitive in the global fight for talent.
For leaders now looking to build thriving remote-first teams, Irish organizations that had already incorporated their remote-work plans before the pandemic offer three important lessons they’ve learned over the years.
London-based consultancy firm Albany Beck is launching an EU Operations Centre in Dublin that will create 100 new jobs over the next three years. The new roles created will be in in the areas of Software Development, Software Engineering, Cloud-Services, Machine Learning/AI/Automation, Know Your Customer (KYC) and Transaction Management. Recruitment will begin immediately for Software Developers, Full-stack software engineers, Python Developers and KYC Analysts.
The system will provide new information that will help in the development of personalised medicine and novel diagnostics.
Major investment will see an expansion of the company’s Galway-based R&D operation
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announces 150 new high tech jobs in Ireland
Building on its long term commitment to the country, new jobs will be in the fields of R&D, cyber security, software development and cloud consulting
Ireland has launched its first call for proposals under Horizon Europe, the most ambitious research funding programme from the EU.
IDA Ireland today welcomed Intel’s plans to enter a new era of innovation and technology growth with the acceleration of investment in Europe that will see it expand its Irish manufacturing operations. Investment underway in Leixlip Ireland is expected to lead to the creation of 1600 new high-tech jobs on completion.
Workday, Inc. (NASDAQ:WDAY), a leader in enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources, today announced that it will create 400 new jobs at its European headquarters in Dublin, growing its workforce in Ireland by 30 percent. Hiring will commence immediately.
Letterkenny identified as a key location for software development
IQ-EQ, a leading global investor services group, has today announced plans to expand its Irish operations with the launch of a dedicated Funds business in Ireland creating 45 roles over the next five years.
The EU-funded project could provide a major breakthrough in sustainable energy.
Researchers at Cúram have helped develop a hydrogel injection that could result in less tissue scarring after a heart attack.
An Irish project has been awarded €4.4m in EU funding to develop a ‘living brain implant’ that could sense and treat epilepsy seizures.
Up to 200 engineering jobs to be created, reinforcing Microchip’s commitment to Ireland
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