Sports in a post-pandemic world. 

Here in Western Europe we are deep in a lockdown resultitng from the global coronavirus pandemic. All non-essential work is suspended, the workforce told to stay at home, all public gatherings cancelled, no groups allowed on the streets, all sporting events postponed or cancelled. Some of the biggest spectator events are sports & music. SPORTS…

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Temporary COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Scheme

This article and associated graphic from the team at Adare Human Resource Management is a very handy reference for businesses trying to negotiate the reams of informations arising during this COVID-19 pandemic. There has been some confusion as to how the wage support scheme is operating, this and any future updates will help keep us…

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100miles for The Mater Foundation

MilesthatMater I have taken on a fundraising challenge through the month of August 2019 and your help I can exceed the fundraising and distance goals. I endeavour to match the donations in excess of the €200 goal for 100 miles with pro rata distance. So, €400 sees me covering 200miles by running, biking, hiking or…

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A, B, C of Project Communications

The issue with communications is making yourself understood. Even though you may have a common language with the people you are communicating with, being understood is the key purpose of any project communication. Far too often we run into issues with communications between project team members and stakeholders who don’t quite grasp what each is…

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Internalized Stress

“Stress at work is common, but it shouldn’t come from employee relationships” Dealing with stress arising from the tidal push and pull of working with other people should not be detrimental to the work that you are trying to achieve. If you are encountering resistance or friction from co-workers; whether they see it a perceived…

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