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Salaries in the construction sector have continued to rise over the last year. Many construction firms are experiencing increased competition to attract talent, particularly professionals like quantity surveyors, engineers and
Companies say family is top reason diaspora are relocating back to Ireland, but is enough being done to fill the skills shortage and combat the housing crisis?
The Construction Industry Federation strongly welcomes today’s announcement of changes to the criteria for work permit eligibility for those outside the EU.
Modernising the business, building on a product range and achieving international success – how the management at Kilkenny Limestone Quarries Ltd do it.
According to a survey of CIF member companies 89% of respondents are currently experiencing difficulties recruiting workers.
With a number of positive indicators for Irish construction in 2019, but also some major issues to be addressed, CIF directors are positive but cautious about industry prospects in the
Changing focus within your workforce can significantly increase the value of your business, writes Catherine Corcoran, Head of Management Consulting at RSM Ireland.
Leading figures from across the global construction industry will gather in Croke Park on October 2nd 2018 for the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) annual conference.
“We should be building bridges not walls for the construction diaspora to return because the industry needs their skills and expertise to deliver housing and infrastructure”