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Meet The Presidents - Ruth McArthur, Dublin

21-Jun-2019 11:01:26 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Meet the Presidents

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Initially, Ruth McArthur wasn't really sure what the Insurance Institute of Dublin is all about. After attending one meeting, Ruth was inspired and determined to get involved. Since then, she has worked hard to stay engaged and contribute to the Dublin Institute. Now, she is the Dublin President.

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Meet The Presidents - Mark Quinn, Limerick

20-Jun-2019 08:49:15 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Mark Quinn

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Wanting to contribute to the local industry, Mark Quinn joined the Insurance Institute Limerick council in 2017. Having only started working in the industry, Mark was keen to get to know more people and expand his network.

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Meet The Presidents - Julie Jennings, Sligo

19-Jun-2019 14:01:10 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Meet the Presidents

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The third installment of our meet the Presidents series features Julie Jennings. Julie joined the LI council just 3 years ago as an attempt to meet people working within the industry and expand her network. Now, she is the President of the Sligo institute.

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The Apprenticeship Program: an Employers Perspective

19-Jun-2019 09:52:53 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Apprentice, Recruitment, Employers

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After launching our apprenticeship programme back in 2016, it has grown tremendously. Our first year of apprentices have now graduated the programme and with nearly 200 apprentices enrolled and over 50 employers happily employing them around Ireland, it's safe to say that the programmes growth is not slowing down any time soon.

We spoke to some of our apprentice employers to find out what they consider to be the biggest benefits of the programme. Here's the top 3 reasons why you should hire an apprentice, according to the employers.
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Meet The Presidents - Fiona Charles, Cork

17-Jun-2019 09:59:08 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Women in Insurance, Fiona Charles, Meet the Presidents

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Fiona Charles joined the local institute in Cork back in 2014, and has had great success in the industry ever since. Now, Fiona has taken on the new role of Cork President.

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Meet The Presidents - Jim Molloy, Galway

13-Jun-2019 08:39:10 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Presidents, Local Institutes

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Every year, we elect 5 new presidents to represent our local institutes in Sligo, Galway, Limerick, Cork and Dublin. This year, we have an excellent group of experienced, knowledgeable and enthusiastic presidents leading our institutes around Ireland.

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What To Expect From An Apprenticeship Interview

05-Jun-2019 10:40:03 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Student Stories, Apprentice

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Stephanie Lewis, an Insurance Practitioner Apprentice, talks about why she chose to apply to An Post Insurance, explains the interview process and offers advice for those thinking of applying for programme.

 

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How To Land Your Next Job: 5 Top Tips From An Industry Recruiter

04-Jun-2019 10:00:00 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Recruitment

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On the lookout for a new role but unsure about how to differentiate yourself from the masses? We spoke with Noreen O'Keeffe (Redtree Recruitment) who has worked as a recruiter in the insurance industry for over 9 years. We asked her to give us her top tips how to make that next step forward in your career.

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Words Hurt: Your Reputation In A Digital World

13-May-2019 10:30:00 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Reputation management, digital

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Reputation constitutes the biggest risk in the insurance world (AON, Global Management Survey). Your reputation is something which is extremely important, but also, in an ever changing digital environment, it is increasingly difficult to protect.

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Reputation Management: The 5 Things You Need To Know

15-Apr-2019 10:24:22 / by The Insurance Institute posted in Reputation management

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