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The Late Late Show will be LIVE from Limerick

first_imgPredictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Linkedin Print Previous articleBenoit Vibes | WeAreLimerick Episode 38Next articleUniversity of Limerick and Criminal Assets Bureau target proceeds of crime on new course Meghann Scully Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Twitter WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash RTÉ have today announced that The Late Late Show is going on the road and will be broadcast from Limerick on Friday March 13th.Ryan Tubridy and The Late Late Show team are packing up and crossing West for what promises to be a spectacular show. In the weekend leading up to St Patrick’s Day 2020, Fáilte Ireland have inspired The Late Late Show to hit the road and discover this beautiful country of ours.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Late Late Show Live in Limerick will showcase the best and brightest of Irish talent, celebrate Irishness and community spirit, and be broadcast live from the University Concert Hall on Friday March 13th on RTÉ One.The upcoming show will mark the first time in Ireland that The Late Late Show has been broadcast outside of its studio in Donnybrook since an external broadcast from Wexford Opera House in 2008. In October 2018, The Late Late Show travelled to the UK and was broadcast from London.Host Ryan Tubridy said:”Since The Late Late Show came back in September, we have noticed an appetite with viewers for a celebration of Ireland, what’s great about this country of ours, the wonderful people, the positives…“The point of our upcoming trip to Limerick is that we are celebrating the best of Irish. Whatever walk of life you are in, whatever professional field you happen to be in, wherever it happens to be, we will be looking at you and saying ‘we think you are wonderful’.“In a world that tends to focus on the negative too much, we like to strive to buck that trend. Irish people love this island, The Late Late Show loves Ireland and we cannot wait to get this show on the road and head West.”Dr. Des Fitzgerald, President, University of Limerick, said: “We are all thrilled at the University of Limerick to be chosen as the venue for the first live outside broadcast of the RTÉ Late Late Show in Ireland in over a decade. Our University Concert Hall is the ideal venue to host Ryan Tubridy and a huge studio audience next month. We look forward to seeing the RTÉ trucks rolling onto campus on March 13th.”Applications to be in the audience at the University Concert Hall on Friday March 13th can be filled out here: www.rte.ie/latelatecenter_img Facebook Advertisement LimerickNewsThe Late Late Show will be LIVE from LimerickBy Meghann Scully – February 27, 2020 3216 Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedLate Late showlimerickLimerick PostRyan Tubridy Email Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League openerlast_img read more

Hotel body launches charter to resolve skills shortages

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Hotel body launches charter to resolve skills shortagesOn 24 Oct 2000 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. The hotel industry will today launch a charter to tackle poor recruitment practices and chronic skills shortages.The charter, by the British Hospitality Association, has been designed with the Recruitment and Employment Confederation and nine of the industry’s leading recruitment agencies.”Skills shortages in this industry have hit their peak this year. This is arguably the worst skills crisis we’ve ever had to face – everyone in every company is talking about it,” said Bob Cotton, chief executive of the BHA, which represents 300,000 hotels.”There is no doubt that a lack of communication at the recruitment stage does a lot of damage to the industry and, in extreme cases, results in the loss of perfectly good people at a time when we can ill-afford to lose them.The charter includes a 10-point code of good practice. Those employers signing up to it agree to respond in writing or by telephone to all job applicants, to provide clear information about pay and benefits; to provide payment for travel expenses for second interviews and not to offer positions and subsequently withdraw them, unless they receive a bad reference.They also agree to be courteous during interviews – for example, not taking phone calls – and to respond to all applicants after interview promptly, providing them with constructive feedback whether or not they are successful.Employers that do agree to the charter and code of practice will be awarded a specially designed kitemark by the BHA to use in their recruitment advertising.The service sector, which includes hospitality, is facing the worse skills shortages of any industry, research by recruitment consultancy Reed confirms.Some 82 per cent of service sector organisations reported a skills shortage in the past six months, followed by 74 per cent in the retail sector, 70 per cent in manufacturing and 61 per cent in the public sector.Reed says the increases in skills shortages in the past six months are the greatest since it began the Reed Skills Index survey more than three years ago.www.bha-online.org.uk www.reed.co.uk By Gaby Huddart Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more