‘We want our people to be happy’

Helping others is something which MetLife takes very seriously, writes Graham Clifford

8th November, 2015
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Dirk Ostijn, Chief Executive of Metlife Europe. PIcture: Maura Hickey

It’s a bitterly cold October morning and more than 50 volunteers, all employees of MetLife in Dublin, shuffle in their sleeping bags to

They are sleeping out on the grounds of Iveagh Gardens in Dublin in a fundraising effort for the homeless charity Focus Ireland and when their collective efforts have been calculated the money raised by the MetLife crew comes to a staggering €30,000.

“We, as a company, value our corporate responsibility very...

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