Your Business: Future-proof your talent base in 2018

With our unemployment rate falling, businesses must offer attractive packages in order to attract and keep top employees, and, as Pat Sutton outlines, it’s definitely not all about the money

28th January, 2018

The Irish unemployment rate fell to a nine-year low in November 2017 of just 6.1 per cent. This is expected to fall further in 2018 to close to 5 per cent. It’s getting to the stage where employees can pick and choose who they want to work for. The ‘A’ players will now, more than ever, have the power to dictate terms and conditions. Employers who have been sleep-walking with their workforce will need to...

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