Recruiters seek some ‘home truths’ about Limerick

FRS Recruitment general manager Lynne McCormack.

LIMERICK people are being asked to share some ‘home truths’ about their native county for a recruitment campaign aimed at the Irish abroad who might be considering moving back home.

Whether it’s the location of the best coffee in Abbeyfeale, what the traffic is like in Limerick City during rush hour, where’s good to go for a walk in Kilmallock or how easy is it to secure accommodation in Newcastle West, those are the kind of insights you simply can’t find without local knowledge.

The ‘home truths’ will be shared online through FRS Recruitment’s social channels, and some will also feature in videos to be broadcast during GAA matches to members of the Irish abroad, as part of FRS Recruitment’s partnership with GAAGO.

Over the course of their partnership with the GAAGO, FRS  has consistently promoted the idea of returning home to live to the Irish abroad by highlighting the opportunities available for those who might be considering making a move.

FRS is also behind the ‘free flights home’ initiative, which offers free flights home of any candidate living abroad who they place in a new role.

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Referring to the ‘home truths’ campaign, FRS general manager Lynne McCormack said that when people are considering moving home to Limerick, they look for information that can’t be found on Google.

“They want to understand what it’s really like to live in Limerick City or Newcastle West and many of their queries come down to the type of practical insight that only locals can share,” she explained.

Anyone who wants to contribute should submit an insight/home truth about their local area to