Early Childhood Ireland Webinar Series 6 – Recordings

Early Childhood Ireland Webinar Series 6 – Recordings

 

Recruiting Remotely – Donie Wiley

Gillian Moore, Early Years Employer Service Manager, Early Childhood Ireland, hosts Donie Wiley, owner and founder of In Pursuit of Potential (IPoP). Donie Wiley, who is also Head of Human Resources for UnipolRe, an Italian Reinsurance Company based in Dublin, gives us his expert views on the topic of ‘Recruiting Remotely’. He is a coach, mentor, facilitator and adviser. Donie is available to help your business and you can contact him at donie@ipopnow.ie or on 083 102 0884.

In this webinar, recorded for Early Childhood Ireland, Donie Wiley will navigate the changes to the recruitment process brought about by the need to carry out the process remotely. He will go back to recruitment first principles as well as highlighting not only the challenges, but the opportunities that remote recruitment presents.

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