The 2014/2015 HRM Recruit – Employee Engagement Report

The 2014/2015 HRM Recruit – Employee Engagement Report

The 2014/2015 HRM Recruit – Employee Engagement Report brings insight into the primary engagement drivers of over 13,000 professionals in Ireland across 12 functional areas. In the report we look at and weight the factors that have most impact and highlight those, that for some functions, do not give the engagement advantage one might expect. How does an employer attract a professiona... Read More
HRD Conference 2015

HRD Conference 2015

HRD Conference 2015 - Call for Papers I am delighted to announce the opening call for papers for the 16th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, to be held in the School of Management and Marketing, University College Cork, Ireland from the 3rd – 5th June 2015.  The theme of the conference, Towards Evidence Based HRD Practice, centre... Read More
IITD attends EU Forum

IITD attends EU Forum

European Business Forum on Vocational Training 2014: "Business & VET – Partners for Growth and Competitiveness" One of the main challenges that employers face today in Europe is to find – and keep –  employees with the right skills in an increasingly dynamic business environment. Small companies, in particular, find difficulties in finding the right staff, even in coun... Read More
Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report

Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report

As the world comes out of the recession, organisations see a new workforce, one that’s younger, more demanding, and more dynamic than ever. CEOs and HR leaders see talent as a major challenge to growth. So where should you focus? The Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report 2014 identifies 12 critical trends that are helping drive the human capital agenda for the coming year. Deloitte H... Read More
Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland

Research Opportunity Deadlines   There are just two dates left in 2014 for full applications to Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Partnership Programme – 8th October and 3rd November. While outline proposals and feasibility proposals can be submitted at any time, full proposals must be submitted by the deadline and take approx. six weeks for a decision. Grants of up to 80% o... Read More
When stars collide

When stars collide

why two top performers can be bad for business When Formula 1 team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collided at the Belgian Grand Prix, the championship fight between the Mercedes pair broke out into open warfare. Their feud has revived a perennial Formula 1 dilemma – is it better to hire two drivers of the same status, or a top-performing driver with a supporting wingman?   T... Read More
Career growth key to keeping talent

Career growth key to keeping talent

The possibility of career advancement is a great motivator for all employees, particularly top talent.  Yet, a new study shows that most organizations are missing the mark when it comes to meeting this crucial employee need. The 2014 Global Talent Management and Rewards Study by consultants Towers Watson provides an in-depth look at talent management best practices of organizations around ... Read More
QQI Policies Published

QQI Policies Published

QQI Re-Engagement with Existing Providers - Policies Published The 2012 Act that established QQI, ensured existing relationships with providers are replaced by new arrangements with QQI. QQI is using the term, ’re-engagement', to describe the transition activity with existing providers.   QQI has published the policy documents that relate to re-engagement. They are:   ... Read More
National Skills Bulletin 2014

National Skills Bulletin 2014

The National Skills Bulletin 2014 is the tenth in an annual series of reports produced by the Skills and Labour Market Research Unit in SOLAS on behalf of the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs. The Bulletin draws from the information collected and maintained in the National Skills Database and provides an overview of developments in the Irish labour market at occupational level.   Almost ... Read More
New Junior Minister for Skills

New Junior Minister for Skills

Damien English TD appointed Junior Minister with responsibility for Skills.  The IITD welcomes the appointment of Damien English, TD to the post of Minister of State at the Departments of Education and Skills, and Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation with Special Responsibility for Skills, Research and Innovation.  We look forward to building a strong relationship with him and working with... Read More
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