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Jobs Expo Cork, which took place at Páirc Uí Chaoimh this past weekend, received coverage throughout radio, print and online media. Here's Jobs Expo's Kevin Branigan describing the event on Classic Hits 94-105FM.
Are you eager to pursue a career within the healthcare sector? This Saturday, at Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Laya Healthcare will be exhibiting, as well as recruiting at Jobs Expo Cork.
Laya healthcare is the second largest provider of private health insurance in Ireland with over half a million members. With access to some of the most innovative benefits in the Irish health insurance market along with life insurance (layalife.ie) and travel insurance (layatravelinsurance.ie). Its brand promise, Looking After You Always, represents laya healthcare’s member-centric approach, which is fundamental to its vision and values.
Careers at laya healthcare are all about a promise, a promise to look after you always. This is fundamental to their vision and values. Laya healthcare look for people who fit their values, people who can turn ordinary into extraordinary.
In return for your hard work, energy and dedication, laya healthcare give you a substantial bundle of benefits. You’ll be able to work towards an additional performance-related pay scheme that’s based on your performance. That’s on top of your salary. If you pay into a pension plan, they also contribute to this.
Laya healthcare see work as more than just a financial arrangement. They know that in order for you to do your best work, you need to be happy. So they do everything they can to make you feel good in yourself, physically and mentally. Laya healthcare make sure you get plenty of rest too. You get 21 days holiday each year plus additional days the longer you work for laya healthcare. With flexible working hours, laya healthcare help you achieve a good work/life balance.
Laya healthcare will encourage you to be physically active. For instance, they have a running club, a GAA team, a golf society and a tennis society. There are plenty of social activities too. If you do get ill, don’t worry, they’re understanding about sick leave. You’ll also get comprehensive health care insurance. They believe that mental wellness is vital. It’s something they’re known for. Their 24/7 Mental Wellbeing Support Programme is available to all laya healthcare team members.
So what’s it like once you step through laya’s door as one of the team? Well, on your way in, you’ll see a ‘Great Place to Work’ award on the door. Laya healthcare have been one of the top 20 employers in Ireland for the past four years. That’s one indication that your working day is going to be extraordinary. Here is what some of the laya team members have to say;
“It’s a great environment to be in. We all look after each other. People step in when you need help. People accommodate each other. Everyone’s very approachable. You’ll make friends for life!”
John Barry, Customer Service.
“You’re given the ability to make changes. It’s an environment of ‘yes let’s try this’. You’re given the reins to try something and you’re challenged and supported.”
Doreen O’Mahony, Digital Brand Manager.
“Everyone is very supportive. There’s no fear of looking stupid. That makes it easy to ask questions or make suggestions. There is no better feeling than when someone asks your opinion and takes what you say on board. People at laya value input.”
Liam O’Regan, Graduate Programme
We're very excited to have Johnson & Johnson exhibit at Jobs Expo Cork. Their recruitment team will have a stand at Pairc Ui Chaoimh from 10 am to 4pm this Saturday. Register for this FREE event today and meet a plethora of employers this Saturday.
Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of healthcare
products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical and medical
devices and diagnostics markets. Johnson & Johnson have more than 265 operating companies in
more than 60 countries employing approximately 126,500 people. Our worldwide headquarters is in
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.
The company was founded in 1886 on a revolutionary idea: Doctors and nurses should use
sterile sutures, dressings and bandages to treat peoples’ wounds. Since then every invention, every
product, every breakthrough has been powered by generations of employees who are inspired to make
The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has been operating in Ireland for 80 years, employing in excess of 3,725 people across three business sectors:
The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies in Ireland