WorkJuggle & RECRUITERS have joined forces to answer your questions on the new world of work at an event in Dublin this October.
Aimed at millennials, the first generation offered the opportunity to shape a career that works for them, the event will share stories and help to alleviate uncertainties associated with this relatively new way of working.
Hoping to facilitate an honest discussion on the pros and cons, the event will examine questions such as:
- What could you achieve if you were to design your working day from scratch?
- How do people motivate themselves with no deadlines?
- How do you manage work-life balance and avoid being always “on”
- Where to start when creating an online social presence – what to do and what NOT to do
Wednesday the 10th of October, 5.30-8.30PM at DogPatch Labs, CHQ, IFSC, Dublin 1
Ciara Garvan from WorkJuggle.com and Sarah Pope from RECRUITERS will host a panel including:
Jenny Darmody: Jenny is the Careers Editor of Silicon Republic where she writes about changes in the workplace and what the future of work means. She’s also extremely passionate about mental wellbeing and maintaining a healthy work-life balance, even as the lines between work and life continue to blur.
Louise Cooney: Louise will be sharing the many unknown hurdles that she came across in her freelancing journey and the lessons she has learnt along the way to becoming one of Ireland’s leading fashion and lifestyle influencers.
Jamie White: Jamie White is an award-winning entrepreneur, winning Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur in Dublin in both 2014 and 2015. Jamie now works with brands and Freelancers worldwide on their social media marketing through his business “LeadingSocial”, hosts numerous events, including “The Start Summit” and shares his freelancing journey / lessons on building your own personal brand through networking, public speaking and social media.
“We wanted to provide an informal platform where answers to the knowns and unknowns of freelancing can be exposed”, said Gerard Doyle, CEO of RECRUITERS, “And also provide an opportunity for like-minded people to come together and share their thoughts & experiences”.
For more information and to book tickets click here