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No mystery to why top executives find private sector more attractive

3rd February, 2019

The Irish economy is suffering from an extremely tight labour market and this is causing all sorts of pressures for firms, including on pay and recruitment.

Up to now, that has been an issue mainly for the private sector and non-management grades in the public sector, but there were signs last week that the senior ranks of state-owned enterprises are also struggling to retain their most senior leaders.

Both the chief executive of Coillte, Fergal...

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