Geraldine Casey, People Director and Member of Tesco Ireland’s Executive Board is Principal Connections HR Leader of the Month for March.
As you will establish from Geraldine’s interview, she has had a remarkable career journey to date. Since joining Tesco’s Graduate Programme in 2001, Geraldine has subsequently gone on to become Tesco’s first female Store Director in Ireland. In 2013, Geraldine was appointed Operations Director and today, she is People Director for Tesco who employ 13,000 people in Ireland.Continue reading “Geraldine Casey, Tesco Ireland, HR Leader for March” »
Principal Connections, the Irish Arm of Agilium Worldwide Executive Search Group is delighted to announce the launch of our new monthly interview series. The ‘HR Leaders Series’ will be Ireland’s only interview series dedicated to profiling the importance of the HR Function through the insights of Ireland’s Top HR Leaders.
Hugh O’Brien is Principal Connections HR Leader of the Month for February 2018. Over the past 20+ years’, Hugh has held senior HR leadership positions with companies including – Virgin Media, Danone, Prudential Assurance and IT Alliance. Latterly, Hugh was HR Director for eir before founding HR Business Solutions provider, HBS Ireland.Continue reading “Hugh O’Brien, HBS Ireland, HR Leader for February” »
In the last of our series for 2018, Theresa Compagno, Director of Human Resources and Corporate Affairs for Enable Ireland, is Principal Connections’ HR Leader of the Month for December.Continue reading “Theresa Compagno, Enable Ireland, HR Leader for December” »
Principal Connections, Ireland’s leading executive recruitment firm was proud to be awarded with the vastly coveted All-Ireland Business All-Star accreditation at Croke Park on Wednesday last, 12th of December 2018.
The All-Star accreditation is an independently verified standard mark for indigenous businesses based on rigorous selection criteria including – performance, trust and customer centricity.Continue reading “Principal Connections awarded Business All-Star” »