Central Bank to hire firm to help overseas employees relocate to Ireland

Regulator’s board warned over staffing pressures in recent months with bank set to hire a provider to help source accommodation in Ireland for new hires

In April, Gabriel Makhlouf, the Central Bank Governor, told a board meeting that the bank was struggling with “some immediate resourcing pressures”, reflecting a wider problem among employees in the economy to fill vacancies. Picture: Getty

The Central Bank is to hire a provider to help relocate new staff from abroad after the regulator was warned of resourcing challenges at two recent board meetings.

Documents published this week show the Central Bank is seeking a partner to help relocate new employees who are joining from overseas, including home-to-home services.

The work involves assistance for “individuals living outside of Ireland who are appointed to and commencing a new employment contract with the ...