We are delighted to announce that EURES, the European Job Mobility Portal, will be joining Jobs Expo in Dublin.
EURES is a network that facilitates the free movement of workers across the European Union, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
The network is composed of:
Partners in the network may include:
The partners provide information, placement and recruitment services to employers and jobseekers. The ECO and NCOs oversee the organisation of the activities at European and national level respectively.
In addition, the network plays an important role in European cross-border regions. They provide information that is especially relevant to cross-border regions and facilitate job placements that benefit workers as much as employers.
The European Job Mobility Portal provides a number of services to jobseekers. First of all, the network lists vacancies available across the participating 31 countries. Secondly, employers can advertise open positions. In addition, the portal includes information about skills and learning opportunities. Finally, jobseekers can find information about living and working in participating countries. Consequently, the portal is a "one-stop-shop" for assistance and information.
Public employment services actively collaborate at European level to improve their services. They therefore assist the network to facilitate mobility across national borders. As a result, they are key contributors to this European Job Mobility Portal.
The purpose of the network is to provide information, advice and recruitment/placement (job-matching) services. This is for the benefit of workers and employers as well as citizens who wish to benefit from the free movement of persons.
EURES has a human network of more than 850 advisers. They are in daily contact with jobseekers and employers across Europe.
Due to the joint resources of member and partner organisations the EURES network to offer high quality services for both workers and employers.
Jobs Expo is proud to announce that Enterprise Ireland will be exhibiting at our Dublin event on 22 October at Croke Park.
Enterprise Ireland helps Irish companies to achieve global success. Enterprise Ireland is a government organisation. They help Irish enterprises to develop and grow in world markets. They work in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales in global markets. Due to these activities, Enterprise Ireland supports sustainable economic growth, regional development and secure employment.
Enterprise Ireland’s priority is achieving export sales growth. This is because an increase in the demand for Irish goods and services increases the flow of income into the Irish economy. Export sales are especially relevant to job creation and maintenance in Ireland. Therefore, their services work to achieve this. These range from funding to making introductions in key international markets. Their services include
As a result, Enterprise Ireland works with entrepreneurs and business people across the business development spectrum. First of all, they work with early-stage entrepreneurs. They also work with established business owners and finally, with Irish multinational companies. Their clients include:
In addition, Enterprise Ireland runs funding competitions. On 24 August 2016, applications opened for two Competitive Start Fund (CSF) competitions. These are the International Entrepreneurship CSF and the Graduate Entrepreneurship CSF. Together the two CSFs are worth a total of €1million. Twenty successful applicants will receive high-level business development support and an investment of up to €50,000 each.
We are delighted to announce that SOLAS will be joining Jobs Expo in Dublin on 22 October.
Established in 2013, SOLAS is an agency of the Department of Education and Skills. SOLAS aims to create a world-class, integrated Further Education and Training (FET) sector that is responsive to the needs of learners and the requirements of a changed and changing economy.
SOLAS manages, co-ordinates and supports the delivery of integrated Further Education and Training by the Education and Training Boards. The organisation monitors delivery and provide funding based on reliable data and positive outcomes. They also promote FET provision that is relevant to individual learner needs and national skills needs. This includes the needs of business and future skills requirements. They support the development of an innovative, flexible and demand-led FET sector. This is to ensure the economic and social well-being of Ireland.
SOLAS manages a number of initiatives. These include:
Ireland has a rich and diverse range of Further Education and Training options. SOLAS' challenge is threefold. First off, they aim to ensure that every learning opportunity offers individuals the opportunity to gain new skills or to advance their personal development. Secondly, they are responsive to the needs of enterprises. Businesses must have access to particular skills if they are to grow. Finally, they must consider the needs of civil society. All citizens must experience parity of esteem and equal opportunity.
SOLAS also aims to ensure that Further Education and Training is inclusive. They recognise that all citizens have the potential to develop their skills if they have the opportunity and support to do so.
If you work in finance, wealth management or investment, don't miss your chance to meet BNY Mellon. The top global investment firm will be recruiting at Jobs Expo this October.
BNY Mellon provides investment management, investment services and as well as wealth management services. They help institutions and individuals succeed in markets all over the world. Founded in 1784, the company is one of the world’s ten largest investment managers. Their clients include banks, corporations, healthcare providers, insurance companies, investment firms, sovereign institutions and the US Federal Government.
BNY Mellon offers a comprehensive range of investment services that enhance transparency, maximize liquidity and mitigate risks. They combine the scale of a full-service investment firm with the focused expertise of autonomous investment boutiques, each with its own style, strategy and management team. The company’s aim is to help clients make the most of their investments.
In addition, their Markets division provides a range of services. These include foreign exchange, securities finance, collateral management and segregation, capital markets and prime brokerage services.
BNY Mellon's Irish operations are a major hub from which the company services its global clients. The company employs around 1,800 people between Cork, Wexford and Dublin, and delivers a broad range of services to traditional and alternative asset managers, banks, pension funds, insurance companies and corporate clients. The Central Bank of Ireland regulates all of BNY Mellon’s Irish concerns.
Jobs Expo is happy to announce that IE Network is taking part in our next Dublin event on 22 October at Croke Park
IE Network is a Dublin-based initiative of the Dublin Regional Authority. Since November 2010 the organisation has assisted highly skilled and/or professional unemployed people.
IE Network has three purposes. Firstly, it facilitates professional and social networking amongst unemployed highly skilled workers and/or professionals.
Secondly, they assist members become employed either through setting up a business, or by brushing up on their job-seeking skills, such as interview techniques and CV writing.
Finally, the organisation supplements public services with tailored professional training and events aimed at the specific needs of their members.
IE Network provides a platform for mutual support. They offer emotional, psychological, and moral support to members. Members can participate to whatever extent they feel comfortable, and share knowledge, experiences and advice.
The organisation also offers professional peer group support. Members can access information relevant to their professional needs within one structured online source. This includes information on starting a business or getting back on the career ladder.
In addition, they consolidate existing state and local services available to unemployed highly skilled and/or professional people. Their overall aim is to identify routes back to employment for their members.
UK insurer Prudential may shift funds from its asset management business to Dublin or Luxembourg. The company is keen to maintain access to the European Union's single market.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU negatively impacted Prudential’s share price. However, chief executive Mike Wells is confident that the company can weather the UK's exit from the single market. Wells said Brexit will not have a material impact on the company. Prudential is concentrating growth efforts on Asia, and as a result, around a third of the insurer’s operating profit come from the Asian market.
"Asia has been and will continue to be the growth engine of this group," said Wells.
Prudential’s fund management division M&G may seek to increase the number of its funds in Dublin and Luxembourg. Asset managers need an EU base to sell investment funds to European retail investors. It is not yet known if this regulation will remain in place once the UK has exited the EU. Therefore, the company has to prepare for the future, M&G chief executive Anne Richards told reporters.
"What we are trying to do is... give ourselves options so we are in a position to react and adapt,” she said.
M&G said it was looking at expanding its operations in Dublin shortly after the Brexit result.
The company reported six percent rise in first-half operating profit. This was led by Asian growth. Growth in Asia has helped to offset lower profit from M&G. In addition, Prudential recently made a purchase in Zambia. The group may look to expand in the African market and also in the United States.