‘I joke that I’ve been stuck in terrible traffic if there’s just ten cars ahead of me’
For Ei Electronics employees David Richardson and Gerry Murphy, working in a stimulating environment without the hassles of city life is a win-win
When David Richardson sets out for work in the morning, he knows exactly how long it’s going to take him. He knows he won’t be stuck in lengthy commuter tailbacks or fighting for space in a crowded train carriage.
It will be a smooth and stress-free 40-minute drive from his home in Gort into Shannon and his job at Ei Electronics.
“The commute is so easy,” said Richardson. “I like the...
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