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  • The Latest ManpowerGroup Ireland Human Age Edition is Now Available for Download

    • 1 Sep 2020
    • Paul Howard

    Includes the latest data, such as the What Workers Want research and industry leading data on diversity and COVID-19 jobs changes – which we hope will spark useful conversations.

  • Manpower on Irish Business Radio

    ManpowerGroup Ireland Takes to the Irish Airwaves to Discuss Employment Trends for Q3 2020

    • 24 Jun 2020
    • Paul Howard

    ManpowerGroup Ireland MD John Galvin and the Marketing Team joined some Irish radio stations for a chat about the current trends in the Irish Recruitment Sector.

  • Manpower Group Employment Outlook Survey Q3 2020

    ManpowerGroup Ireland Employment Outlook Results Q3 2020

    • 9 Jun 2020
    • Paul Howard

    ManpowerGroup's Quarterly Global Employment Outlook Survey Results have been released. This primary research analyses confidence levels amongst HR Managers on a quarterly basis in Ireland.

  • Safely Back to Work

    Safely Back to Work - Download the Whitepaper

    • 18 May 2020
    • Paul Howard

    As Irish businesses begin to prepare for the end of the lockdown, we want to ensure you and your organisation have the necessary tools to implement a successful and safe return to a new normal.

  • ManpowerGroup RPO Leader 2020

    ManpowerGroup Recognised as a Global Leader in Recruitment Process Outsourcing for Tenth Year

    • 12 May 2020
    • Paul Howard

    Talent Solutions receives recognition for its integrated offerings, Total Talent Management expertise and HR technology stack PowerSuite ®

  • Culture of Learning

    10 Great Examples of Learning Organisations

    • 13 Mar 2020
    • Paul Howard

    Take inspiration from some great examples of how companies around the world have implemented a learning culture.

  • The Top 5 Employee Wants for 2020

    • 10 Mar 2020

    ManpowerGroup have undertaken a multi-national primary research project to understand the needs and wants of employees in 2020. The results will help your business!

  • Irish Talent Shortages Deepen as Firms Suffer Worst Talent Shortage in a Decade.

    • 11 Feb 2020

    The skills gap increased by more than five times over the past decade; jumping from 5% in 2009 to 27% in the latest survey.

  • How Companies Can Win the Battle for Talent

    • 17 Oct 2022

    ​​The global talent shortage that began before COVID-19 entered our lexicon has only accelerated thanks to the pandemic. Companies that can successfully manage the labour market have a competitive advantage over other organisations that are falling short in the battle for talent.

  • How to Attract the Best Talent - Focus on the Talent you already Have!

    • 26 Aug 2022
    • Orlaith O'Mahony

    How to Attract the Best Talent - Focus on the Talent you already Have!

  • Employment Outlook Survey

    Join The ManpowerGroup Ireland Employment Outlook Survey Q3 2020

    • 14 Apr 2020
    • Paul Howard

    Curious to know how businesses around the world foresee COVID19 impacting their workforce? Join the survey and be among the first to receive the results.

  • Giving workers what they want

    How to Deliver What Workers Want in 2020

    • 13 Mar 2020
    • Paul Howard

    In Part Two of ManpowerGroup Ireland's What Workers Want Report we discuss the ways businesses can action the findings.

  • Irish Hiring Outlook Remains Stead in Q2 2020

    • 10 Mar 2020

    The ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey for the second quarter 2020. Survey participants were questioned on hiring plans for Q2 2020.

  • MEOS Manpower employment outlook survey Archive

    • 16 Jun 2019

    Conducted quarterly, the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey measures employers' intentions to increase or decrease the number of employees in their workforce during the next quarter. It is the only forward-looking survey of its kind, unparalleled in its size, scope, longevity and area of focus, based on interviews with over 66,000 public and private employers worldwide, across 42 countries and territories.