Edward Donelan’s book should be recommended reading for practitioners and students of regulatory governance – see Box 1. In producing this book, Donelan draws from varied experience as a barrister, a legislative drafter, an OECD [...]
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues are impacting increasingly on corporate governance agendas. The EU has been particularly active in this area. The pressures are not all positive. In recent times, there have been attempts [...]
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently published its preliminary statement on the Irish Economy, following the visit of its staff during the period 26 April 26 to 5 May 2022. The views expressed in the [...]
PAI are delighted to share a word from keynote speaker, Siobhán McKenna, ahead of our Annual HR Conference 2022: Building the Workforce of the Future – An Inclusive Approach to Talent Management Our HR conference [...]
By editor2|2022-03-03T12:02:37+00:00March 3rd, 2022|Categories: News|Comments Off on Words from the Trainer: ILM Certificate in HR Management
As we emerge from COVID19 restrictions, the world of work continues to evolve in a changing environment. Public sector HR professionals play a critical role in managing the challenges and opportunities that will arise [...]
PAI are delighted to announce our speakers and presentations for our Annual HR Conference 2022: Building the Workforce of the Future – An Inclusive Approach to Talent Management For the first time PAI will be [...]
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