Anyone who's every been long enough unemployed knows what it is like to be on the other end of an interview. No one should be surprised when employees stay in a company for more than 5 years, the fear of putting yourself on the line for a new job is better left to people actively seeking employment. Many people might say that they hate their job but you can be gaurenteed the same people hate job hunting just as much. We take a look at 5 questions that will put off the most seasoned job hunter. Each of these question are straight forward but to are not good questions to ask at an interview. It also depends on the wage that you are offering. If its a part time position to my mind you have no real reason to ask these 5 questions and if the position is for under 15euro.
The Central Statistics Office have released their monthly House Prices Index. The Index shows continued growth in the Irish property sector, but they are 34 to 40% lower than their highest levels in 2007. The national monthly change in December 2015 was 0.5%, but they were up 6.6% from December 2014.
TV3 bosses are planning a major shake-up of TV3. They are reportedly considering extending Ireland AM to the weekends and rebranding other TV3 programmes as Ireland AM. Saturday AM and Sunday AM are expected on screens first followed by the renaming of some of their most popular daytime TV chat shows to reflect the new brand. Saturday AM will be hosted by Simon Delany, while Newstalk’s Ivan Yates will host Sunday AM. Both shows will be co-hosted by Anna Daly. This will add 6 hours to Ireland AM's current schedule, though it is expected that both shows will air at about 10am rather than 7am, in a view to capitalise on those who rise early at the weekend.
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A simple step by step guide to printing labels in Word 2013. Open word and create a new document.
Irish parents assist their children with homework. The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has published a report showing that in 2013 over 60% of parents with children in primary school assisted their children with their homework on a daily basis, however this figure falls to just 13% for secondary school students. 4% of primary school students and 28% of secondary school students receive no help with homework. The survey of Parents with children of school going age (3 to 18) was carried out by the CSO in 2013.
Bread is one of those things that everyone enjoys. Fresh from the oven is particularly impressive and your own enjoyment from producing the bread and seeing others eat it is great all round motivation. This recipe is a traditionally Irish Soda Bread. The result is delicious. Sever with salada, cheese or just with butter.