How companies are facilitating higher learning
Many SMEs are upskilling their employees with a wide range of supported programmes, writes Siobhán Maguire
Adam McIvor doesn't have a qualification, but the 24-year-old is working as an accountant in Dublin city. His working week in the corporate finance department of an accountancy firm is also topped and tailed with a night course in a city centre college.
But how has McIvor, once a college dropout, found himself on a career path he loves without the suitable skills? Because his boss, JPA Brenson Lawlor, is one of a growing number...
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