Women have made significant contributions to the Irish tech industry, playing vital roles in its growth and development. In recent years, there has been a concerted effort to promote gender diversity and inclusivity in the sector. Women are breaking down barriers, driving innovation, and leading the way for future generations. Their contributions range from software development and data analysis to cybersecurity and entrepreneurship.
Innovation and growth are the lifeblood of a thriving workplace, infusing it with vitality and relevance in an ever-evolving world. This is essential for any company to be able to grow and improve the quality of its products and services.
“What’s the key for a business to be successful?” That’s a question that brings many aspects and opinions to the table. I personally think that having a healthy work culture is one of the key elements.
Diversity, equality, and inclusion. Three words have quickly found themselves at the top of almost every companies’ priority list. Diversity helps bring different perspectives, drives innovation, and creates a sense of belonging within workplaces. It’s a topic that is finally gaining the attention it deserves.
The importance of Breast Cancer Awareness month is mostly educating people about this disease, and the importance of early detection by doing self-checks and getting scans.
The good news is that most people can survive breast cancer if it is detected early enough. This is why education and awareness are so important!
I’ve been asking myself over and over again how to start this “blog”. Writing has never been my place of comfort, to put words on a piece of paper (well, Google Docs haha)-, but, one of the things I love the most about working at GemPool is to get out of my comfort zone and challenge myself.
I have been asking myself the same question: “Is this job for real?”. I am not exaggerating at all. From the day I applied for my role as People and Operations Administrator at GemPool, I knew I was doing the right thing and this job will actually let me grow.