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Category: Construction News

New SEO pay rates effective from February 2022

Posted Dec 6, 2021

Mr Damien English, Minister of State at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment has signed the new Sectoral Employment Order (Construction Section) in 2021. This new SEO provides for ...
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New rehabilitation hospital earmarked for Cork docklands in development plan

Posted Nov 26, 2021

Great to see some exciting plans for the construction sector in Cork. Please see full article below. https://www.irishexaminer.com/property/developmentconstruction/arid-40751307.html  
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Ward Personnel Named ‘One of the Best’

Posted Oct 7, 2021

The team at Ward Personnel are delighted to have been named as one of the best recruitment agencies in Cork in the ‘Best in Ireland’ program.  This is a great ...
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Housing for All - Housing Plan

We wholeheartedly welcome the Government’s recently published “Housing for all – A New Housing Plan for Ireland”

Posted Sep 29, 2021

We wholeheartedly welcome the Government's recently published “Housing for all – A New Housing Plan for Ireland” As one of Ireland’s leading recruitment companies in the construction sector we are particularly ...
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Ward Personnel continues to grow its team

Posted Apr 8, 2021

The team at Ward Personnel continues to expand and we have completed 4 new hires in Q1 2021. David Ward, CEO commented as follows: “Despite the Covid pandemic we are very ...
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Site Engineer

Phased return of construction from 12 April criticised as ‘economic and societal own goal’

Posted Apr 8, 2021

THE GOVERNMENT’S ANNOUNCEMENT of a phased return of construction, starting with residential construction returning from 12 April, has been criticised as an “economic and societal own goal”.  The Construction Industry Federation ...
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€20m in funding to expand apprenticeship provision

Posted Apr 8, 2021

€20m in capital funding is being rolled out to respond to the growing demand for apprenticeships. The funding will allow for a significant expansion in electrical, plumbing and carpentry places as ...
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