Fear factor hampers Irish firms, survey finds

A new survey has found that 27 per cent of Irish employees regard their company as risk-averse.

2nd July, 2013

Fear is a big factor for Irish firms; a new survey has found that 27 per cent of Irish employees regard their company as risk-averse, and that less than half (39 per cent) said their business actively embraced change.

The survey also found that 82 per cent of projects were blocked by Irish management due to fears, compared with a survey average of 37 per cent.

The survey, covering Ireland, the UK, Germany, France and the USA, showed Irish...

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