Tycoons: In the hiring line
After five difficult years, Anne Heraty, the chief executive of recruitment firm CPL, was feeling optimistic about employment and explained how one of the greatest strengths of the Irish workforce was the flexibility of the labour market
Anne Heraty is feeling upbeat. This is a good thing. After all, Heraty is working at the very coal face of the Irish jobs market. “I have to say, I’m the most optimistic I’ve been in five years,” says Heraty, the chief executive of CPL, the country’s only publicly quoted recruitment firm.
Her cautious optimism is based on the latest Central Statistics Office figures showing a small...
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