In his keynote speech to the Midlands Gateway Chamber ball last Friday night in Mullingar, Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary seemed less than concerned about the so-called “economic downturn”. He holds the view that over the past ten years, some people made money in their businesses without being especially good at what they do. [He may have used his trademark, slightly more colourful language to express himself, but that was essentially his point]. He looks forward now to a new more challenging era in business when only the most efficient and competitive business practices will come through.
Online services such as jobs websites offer small local companies a chance to cut their recruitment costs without compromising on their expansion plans. Midlandjobs.ie is a jobs website which focuses exclusively on jobs in the Midland counties of Westmeath, Offaly, Longford and Laois. The business which is based in Mullingar is a member of the EWN. They offer local employers the simplest, easiest and most cost effective way to get up and running in the latest online recruitment practices – exactly the kind of formula that O’Leary might have been referring to in his speech.
Any additional online presence is good for a business as it gives them greater exposure to being found by potential customers as well as by local job-seekers in search engines such as Google and Careerjet. For more information on getting your job vacancies listed online quickly and cost effectively, see www.midlandjobs.ie/client, or call Tom on 044 9331338.