Clark Workforce Survey

Clark with the collaboration of Maynooth University, Grant Thornton and County Kildare Chamber has produced a significant workforce survey of employers and employees along five counties on the M7 corridor focusing on talent resourcing, skills, workplace culture and future trends for business success.

Companies surveyed across West Dublin, Kildare, Carlow, Laois and Wicklow ranged from small and large SMEs to multinationals across over 20 sectors including pharma, medtech, food/beverage, agri, IT, professional services, engineering, logistics, FMCG, manufacturing, construction, financial services and hotel-leisure.

 

Download the Clark Workforce Survey here

 

For recruitment, talent and career planning, please get in touch with our team. We’d be delighted to help you.

Tel: 045 881888

www.clark.ie

hello@clark.ie

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