Out of office: Workrise to create 153 jobs in North and DHL’s Irish arm records €104.3m in revenues for 2020
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Workrise, an American workforce management company has said it is to create 153 jobs in Northern Ireland. The company is to build an engineering centre, facilitating the creation of the jobs. The roles will have capacity to be based at home so software engineers from across the North are invited to apply.
More than 20,000 parents were in receipt of the parent’s benefit payment from April to July this year. It’s five times the...
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