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Home-grown talent fuels multinationals

More and more European companies are looking to move their HQs to Ireland, and the experts at The Panel are ready to match the right employees to the new jobs that will be created, writes Chrissie Russell

25th March, 2018
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The IFSC in Dublin: multinationals, banks and legal firms are increasingly using Ireland as their European headquarters

With Brexit on the horizon, competition for talent is set to get even stiffer as companies fight to secure the best of Ireland’s highly skilled workforce to head up their new European HQs.

The quality of home-grown talent in Ireland has always been one of the biggest attractions for companies looking to set up their operations here, and with major changes and challenges looming in Britain, companies need a robust talent acquisition strategy...

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