Happy St. Patrick’s Day
Many cities, towns and villages will be celebrating with a Guiness or two today. A long tradition, which I enjoy partaking in. While ‘The Black Stuff’ is flowing we wanted to take a quick look at the Irish recruitment businesses having an impact.
Global businesses like LinkedIn and Indeed are both having a big presence in Dublin, employing a large portion of the Irish workforce. Since there are political issues impacting the economy, there is no surprise to see that The Central Bank expects to see an additional 89,000 jobs over the next two years which, as a result, will bring the country to record employment at 2.3million.
So who are the Irish Businesses in Recruitment?
There are many job boards playing a role in reaching candidate pools far and wide.
For 17 years Jobs.ie has been the ‘go to’ website for people searching for a job and businesses who are looking for talented people to hire.
Part of one of Ireland’s largest media groups Landmark Media Investments, RecruitIreland.com was established in 1999 to provide a digital solution for the Irish recruitment market. It is perhaps recognised as one of one of the most innovative client and candidate driven job sites in Ireland.
IrishJobs.ie, Ireland’s No. 1 recruitment website, has been bringing career seekers and recruiters together since 1995. Trusted by over 1000 businesses in Ireland and over 700,000 users each month, IrishJobs.ie is Ireland’s favorite recruitment website.
JobsIreland Uses the very latest technology, they match the best candidates to the best positions.
This site has been a while in the industry and it has gained trust from its members. The site is really created to facilitate easy and convenient hiring process both for applicants and employers.
Outside of the job board space we also came across bidrecruit.io an AI applicant tracking tool. Not only are they 2018 winner of IBYE County Best Start-Up Business, they are also shortlisted for Enterprise Ireland’s 2018 Showcase.
Furthermore, there are countless recruitment agencies matching candidates to their client’s requirements. I’m sure there are plenty of other Irish born businesses impacting the recruitment process and the future looks very interesting.
Ádh mór to all the Irish businesses out there.