Today the ESRI releases the first paper in a new series on Renewal. The study reviews international and national evidence on Active Labour Market Policies and their impact on getting those who are unemployed back into work. What Can Active Labour Market Policies Do, by Dr Elish Kelly, Dr Seamus McGuinness and Dr Philip O’Connell [...]
Entries Tagged as 'JObBridge'
October 12th, 2011 · No Comments · Elections, Irish Politics, Trot for the ARAS 2011
Advertising practitioner, brand expert (and gentleman) Nick McGivney has written some very helpful advice on social media using brand management perspectives for those considering running for public office and those who work with them. —— Don’t forget to keep an eye on Irish Election Literature Blog – he’s got some gems lately including a badge [...]
September 1st, 2011 · 32 Comments · Irish Media, Irish Politics, Recession
RTE broadcast two features on news programmes yesterday on Job Bridge. The first was an interview on Morning Ireland and the other was a report later in the day on RTE TV saying that the Government was now going to review eligibility criteria for the scheme. The interview with the employer on Morning Ireland set [...]
June 29th, 2011 · 4 Comments · Disability, Irish Politics, Newsdump, Recession
Today was JobBridge day. The National Internship Scheme announced as part of the Jobs Initiative was launched by Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton and An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny. The new programme is not dissimilar to the Work Placement Programme which I commented on last month, apart from the extra €50 payment to interns. Even [...]