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The Further Education and Training (FET) Services Plan for 2015 sets out the range and volume of provision that will be provided by the FET sector in 2015 within the grant allocated to SOLAS by the Department of Education and Skills.
‘Expert Group shows intensifying of Skill Shortages’
This study examined whether emotional intelligence (EI) has an influence on an individual’s level of performance at work and their career advancement within an organisation in a below manager population. The sample consisted of 132 adult employees working mainly in below manager roles in a leading financial institution. The study utilised the Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (TEIQue) to measure EI along with demographic information and measures for performance, career advancement and educational attainment. Statistical analysis of the results indicated that emotional intelligence was positively correlated with both an individual’s performance and career advancement, however I did not influence career advancement to a greater degree than intelligence as hypothesised.
This Management Research report seeks to outline, analyse and compare the provisions of family related leave, concentrating on parental leave, as a work life balance instrument in four EU countries - Sweden, Italy, Germany and Ireland. The main objective of the comparison is to determine the differences and present them to working parents in Ireland to see if their implementation would possibly make the Irish parental leave policies more desirable.
This study examined whether there is a link between Performance Management and Motivation. Literature on these topics was researched. The sample surveyed consisted of 150 Civil Servants of various grades in a government department. The study utilised a Quantitative Questionnaire. Analysis of the results indicated that respondents did not perceive that an individual would be motivated by Performance Management as hypothesised. As this research was conducted in a Civil Service setting, future research in the Private Sector may produce different results.