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Mackin Group to create 120 Irish jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 18th May 2021. Posted in Ireland

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Mackin Group, the Irish provider of business services, has today announced the creation of 120 jobs over the next 18 months. Forty five of these roles will be based at its Cork headquarters and Dublin office, with the remainder of roles to be generated at the company’s offices in Singapore and Shanghai and also in North America and the UK. 

Mackin offers two business service offerings through its companies Mackin Talent and Mackin EHS. Mackin Talent provides custom talent management solutions for companies across sectors such as IT, Financial and Healthcare while Mackin EHS offers a broad range of environmental health and safety consultancy and training services. 

In May 2021, Mackin was announced as one of the finalists of the Cork Chamber Cork Company of the Year awards in the Large Business category. In 2020, Andy Mackin was a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. 

Welcoming the announcement today, An Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar said, "It’s fantastic to see an Irish company doing so well and I congratulate the team at Mackin on this expansion which will see 120 new jobs created, 45 of which will be based in Cork and Dublin. Mackin’s success demonstrates the potential of Irish-based companies to grow vibrant, international teams, while retaining and expanding at home. I wish the team the very best of luck with their plans."

CEO of Mackin, Andy Mackin added, "Over the past few years we have seen substantial growth across both sides of our business. In Ireland alone, we have almost doubled in size every year for the last three years. During the pandemic, we saw an increase in demand for both talent management and environmental health and safety services. How and where we work has changed fundamentally, with the long-term impact on the talent pool and the return to the physical office yet to be fully realised. Mackin is uniquely placed to respond to these demands, guiding our customers both in Ireland and overseas." 

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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