Limerick man, Jerome Forde will launch his new HR Tech company HR Duo this Friday, January 24th.
HR Duo is in the process of developing a dedicated HR advice helpline and service exclusively for the 75,000 IFA members.
The Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty will officially launch the new HR Tech company HR Duo at its offices in Dunshaughlin Business Park, Co. Meath.
HR Duo has also announced that it is developing an exclusive service for the Irish Farmers’ Association. The service will provide an HR helpline to support farmers. The new service will be available for IFA members from this April.
IFA Director of Organisation, James Kelly said HR can be a very complex area.
“This IFA initiative, in partnership with HR Duo, is intended to help farmers concentrate on day to day operations while having their HR requirements looked after by professionals.
Jerome Forde, CEO, HR Duo, continued “Our intention to expand our workforce is directly linked to the tremendous growth we are experiencing in Ireland and internationally. Meath is a great location from which to attract key talent into our business. As part of this recruitment campaign, we are looking for a wide range of talent including; HR tech specialists and software engineers.”
Recruitment for the positions has already started. For details of how to apply, please visit www.hrduo.com