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Workhuman to create 150 new jobs for Dublin

Written by Robert McHugh, on 27th Feb 2019. Posted in Ireland

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Workhuman has today announced a major expansion of its operations with the creation of 150 new jobs and the opening of its newly expanded €4m headquarters in Dublin. 

The Irish technology firm has helped some of the world’s biggest organisations including LinkedIn, Procter & Gamble, Symantec, Cisco, Eaton, Baker Hughes, Intuit, and The Hershey Company. Today, four million people around the world are on the platform across 160 countries.

The new 150 highly-skilled roles to be filled over the next three years will be in the fields of technology, finance, HR, product, eCommerce and operations.

Workhuman has invested more than $60 million in research and development over the last five years to bring new innovations to its award winning technology platform. The company currently employs over 500 people globally, with 270 working in Dublin. Workhuman has also been named a Great Place to Work in Ireland for six consecutive years.

With this €4m investment, Workhuman has fully taken over an entire block at Park West Business Park in Dublin 12. The newly expanded headquarters feature interactive digital walls, flexi desks with the option to stand while working, collaboration spaces, training, wellness and relaxation rooms for onsite exercise classes, as well as a top floor innovation hub with panoramic city views.

Welcoming the news, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys said, "Workhuman’s announcement of 150 new jobs is a great example of a highly innovative Irish company that is making great strides globally while investing in its Irish headquarters for the long-term. The investment by the company in R&D and product development at its Park West base is a further boost to Ireland’s booming indigenous tech sector."

Co-Founder and CEO of Workhuman, Eric Mosley added, "Our major expansion of operations demonstrates the incredible demand for our Workhuman Cloud platform and underlines our commitment to Ireland into the long-term. We created the market category of social recognition to help global organisations align their people and culture to a shared purpose. Now, 20 years on from our founding, we are helping shape the future of work with the emerging human applications category. Making work more human has always been our mission and now we’re thrilled to announce the natural evolution of Workhuman as the name of our company."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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