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Work Life Balance: “Shall we go home now or wait a little longer?”

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15th November 2011
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We all know people who like to think of themselves as “workaholic” but is their work ethic merely an excuse to avoid something that they do not want to face? An interesting article was recently published by an esteemed colleague of mine Alberto Andreau, Director of Corporate Sustainability in Telefonica which begs the question “Shall […] Read more

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We’re Hiring – Job Title – Global MIS Software Engineer

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7th November 2011
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Business,Disability

Kanchi is currently recruiting a software engineer for a 1 year project to design and develop the global management information system to support the expansion of the Ability Awards International. Job Title – Global MIS Software Engineer Project Description: To design and develop a Multi-lingual Internationalised / Localised Global Management Information System, based on a […] Read more

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Roman Abramovich & Tax Deductions- Whats Your Opinion?

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4th November 2011
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Roman Abramovich Chelsea football club owner took to the stand this week in the UK High Court giving his side of the story in a court case brought by former business colleague Boris Berezovsky . Berezovsky a Russian billionaire living in exile in the UK says Abramovich forced him to sell up his shares in […] Read more

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GUINNESS & CO ARE CALLING FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE ARTHUR GUINNESS FUND 2012

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2nd November 2011
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Business,Social Entrepreneurs

A FURTHER €500,000 OF FUNDING AND SUPPORT HAS BEEN ADDED The Arthur Guinness Fund re-opened for applications yesterday 1st of November. To date €1.65 million has been awarded to a wide range of social entrepreneurial initiatives that are committed to making a positive and sustainable impact on communities all over Ireland. Successful projects in the […] Read more

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Steps: Conquering the Enemy

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1st November 2011
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Disability,Education

This post is not about the reforming of a cheesy pop band. It’s actually about the humble step, a thing so ordinary that most of the population doesn’t give it a thought. But if you have any kind of visual impairment, steps are enemies lying in wait. I’ve developed a classification system for the various […] Read more

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