China: Why the road to the Far East is paved with jobs

Recruitment firm Morgan McKinley is set to expand its workforce in China from 70 to 200 by 2016.

31st March, 2012
China: Why the road to the Far East is paved with jobs
Pat Fitzgerald, group chief executive, Morgan McKinley: 'regulatory bodies, are all very helpful and want to see you succeed.'

Recruitment firm Morgan McKinley is set to expand its workforce in China from 70 to 200 by 2016. The Irish-owned company is ramping up its operations after investing €5 million in the Chinese market over five years.

It was the first Irish recruiter to establish a presence in mainland China when it set up in Shanghai a year ago. The office was officially opened by Taoiseach Enda Kenny last week, as part of the Enterprise Ireland trade mission...

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