Sunday February 23, 2020

New awards scheme for young professionals

Nominations open for prizes aimed at employees under 35

23rd August, 2016
Left to right: Shay Dalton, managing director of Lincoln Recruitment; Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton; Brian Corish, chief customer officer, Bank of Ireland; and Paul Flynn, Lincoln Recruitment

Companies are being asked to nominate employees under the age of 35 for a new awards scheme aimed at recognising the achievements of young professionals in Ireland.

The Irish Early Career Awards 2016 was launched today by Education and Skills Minister Richard Bruton and Dublin GAA football star Paul Flynn, commercial director of one of the two sponsors, Lincoln Recruitment.

The awards, also sponsored by Bank of Ireland, are open to young professionals working in organisations across...

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