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Oct 18

Chanelle adds 350 news jobs to its Galway plant

Chanelle, based in Galway has continues to expand with 350 new jobs to come.
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3rd October 2018 / Pharmaceutical

Chanelle adds 350 news jobs to its Galway plant

Chanelle, based in Galway has continues to expand with 350 new jobs to come.
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Press Releases

January 12, 2021

Yala featured in The Irish Times 

Yala was recently featured in The Irish Times where our founder, Barry Prost, spoke about the impact Covid-19 has had on our business, our new Yala Connect platform and his view on the government supports available for businesses.

Link to article: Yala featured in The Irish Times 

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January 11, 2021

Yala featured in Sunday Times!

Yala was featured in the Business section of yesterday’s Sunday Times! Check out the comment below from our founders, Barry Prost and Jamie Groom, who explain our history and current state.

As a new entrant to the recruitment industry in 2018, we had grown the business from two to 15 staff in 18 months, but were severely impacted by Covid. Our revenue dropped by 90 per cent in Q2 of 2020.

Our customers were primarily in the construction and life sciences sectors. Looking at new ways to connect during the pandemic, we hosted our first webinar on employee resilience, and produced a whitepaper to help employers to build and identify this quality in employees. We also conducted a survey and shared our findings in a report – “Recruitment during Covid and Trends for 2021” – in partnership with Enterprise Ireland and Trinity College.

 

Read more of the article here: Yala featured in Sunday Times!

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February 12, 2020

National Startup Awards

We are proud to announce that Yala has been shortlisted by the National Startup Awards for the “eCommerce Startup” category in the Dublin region.

We’re aiming to reach the National Shortlist and win the competition! Check out this link to have a look at the other businesses shortlisted and ourselves.

 

Link to article: Yala Start-Up award 

 

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January 11, 2021

Trinity Award

Yala was successfully selected on the recruitment framework for Trinity College Dublin, along with 6 of Ireland’s best-known agencies.

Trinity prides itself on its ability to attract outstanding world-class staff and is committed to ensuring that the quality of the resourcing process reflects favourably on the University, proving professional and cordial at every stage. The award is for up to 4 years and centres on Non-Academic Recruitment Services – Permanent, Temporary and Contract.

In addition to price, bidders were assessed on their methodology for the delivery of the services, their candidate assessment techniques, client management ability and their approach to sustainability.

Barry Prost, Managing Partner, Yala said “We are delighted to have won this contract with the Trinity College Dublin. Our aim is to support Trinity with the provision of high calibre professionals to contribute to the delivery of world-class education services in Dublin city centre.”

 

Link to post: Yala Trinity College Dublin Award

 

 

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