This Working Life: ‘A key trait which sets professionals apart is the embracing of lifelong learning’
For Payslip’s Padraic Mulligan, the willingness and ability to rapidly learn a new skill always makes an impression
Padraic Mulligan is vice-president of engineering at Payslip, the payroll management technology company, which he joined in September 2020. Before that, he was head of engineering at Eagle Alpha, a fintech start-up, and lead engineer at Skillpages, a social media start-up. He had previously worked at BT Ireland for more than ten years.
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