US software firm may need extra 200 staff for Dublin office
ServiceNow, which is hiring 300 new personnel here, said growth suggested its workforce needs could nearly double by the end of 2023
ServiceNow, the American software business which announced 300 new jobs for Dublin last week, believes it could create a further 200 roles in the capital by the end of 2023.
“With our previous round of hires, we had set a target of reaching 120 to 130 roles by by the end of this year, and we are about a year ahead of schedule,” Mark Cockerill, vice-president of the firm, said.
“We have a young, diverse, well-educated talent pool...
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