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 Post subject: Re: Giz a job / You're sacked! - Jobs / Redundancy watch...
PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2016 7:38 pm 
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Not that I would choose to live in Leixlip but if their facilities are poor, well that's almost the whole of Ireland. Two train stations with a regular line, two Dublin bus routes, a few primary schools with places, two public secondary schools with a private one nearby. Two GAA clubs, an AIL rugby club, a running track, tennis courts (still there?), astro turf and soccer club, gyms, fishing, golf clubs nearby and kayaking.

What more do you require?


Something other than sport? Of the things you mention, the only ones that would have any value to me would be the public transport into and out of Dublin.

Still, I agree that Leixlip is probably no worse than any other small to middling town in Ireland (or indeed, most other countries in the developed world) and the fact that you can get in and out of the city for its amenities without absolutely having to drive everywhere makes it better than a lot of places in Ireland.

All that said, Intel is one of the larger employers of acquaintances and ex-colleagues over the years. I'm sure some of them must be checking their options and polishing up their CVs, even if they're not in the current redundancy round. Early on, it can be difficult to tell if these adjustments are one-off or the start of a secular trend.

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 Post subject: Re: Giz a job / You're sacked! - Jobs / Redundancy watch...
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On Intel, papers reporting 420-550 range of redundancies. What will go unreported, as ever, is the contractors. Might take 6 months to feed into system but it will have a big impact on rental and general housing market in North Kildare.


That's the #1 priority alright. Sigh.

All that people want to talk about.


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ixus wrote:
On Intel, papers reporting 420-550 range of redundancies. What will go unreported, as ever, is the contractors. Might take 6 months to feed into system but it will have a big impact on rental and general housing market in North Kildare.


That's the #1 priority alright. Sigh.

All that people want to talk about.

Well, what do you expect to find on a site called thepropertypin? Sydney Opera House perhaps? The Hanging Gardens of Babylon? Herds of wildebeest sweeping majestically across the plain..."

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US pharmaceutical company expands Dublin presence


It's an extra 10 jobs, and the poxy IT reports on it.


https://www.irishtimes.com/business/health-pharma/us-pharmaceutical-company-expands-dublin-presence-1.3212652


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It went completely unreported other than one line buried in the IT, but MindGeek has pulled out (pun intended) all employees from Ireland as of late last year.

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It went completely unreported other than one line buried in the IT, but MindGeek has pulled out (pun intended) all employees from Ireland as of late last year.


Is that Mindgeek Ireland Holding Limited?

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There hasn't been much activity this thread so thought I might as well.

Intel seems to continue investment (yet to be confirmed though)
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/tec ... -1.3754119
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If Intel goes ahead with building the new facility in Leixlip, it could create up to 5,000 construction jobs with several hundred new staff then recruited once the plant was built and operational.


Not sure if there's 5000 people available in construction at this point!

More software (and related jobs):

Salesforce is pushing big time - 1,500 people and a fancy building in the IFSC! Plus a million quid for Educate Together so the workforce doesn't have to put their kids into catholic schools.
https://www.salesforce.com/uk/blog/2019 ... ublin.html
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[...] with plans for a new campus right in the city, the creation of 1,500 jobs over the next five years and an incredible $1 million USD grant to Educate Together, the educational charity that runs equality-based schools in Ireland.


For a change, European life science company - Eurofins:
Seems to have already a quite some presence in Ireland
https://www.siliconrepublic.com/jobs/eu ... rng-centre
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Global life sciences firm Eurofins has today (14 January) revealed plans to hire 150 in Sandyford, Dublin, as part of a large-scale tech investment, which will see it open a new software engineering hub in the city.


Most (or many) of those jobs cannot be filled without bringing people into the country. Never mind that I wouldn't have a clue where they are all going to live!


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Most (or many) of those jobs cannot be filled without bringing people into the country. Never mind that I wouldn't have a clue where they are all going to live!

They're obviously doing it for tax reasons, otherwise they would set up offices in places that have a surplus of suitable prospective employees, unless they're hoping to poach the staff from other companies.

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