A few Terryglass residents are leveraging remote work to build their community. Niall Heenan and Robert Foyle, two local residents, have invited Grow Remote to host a free information session for anyone interested in developing a remote career on Saturday, February 18, from 10 am to 1 pm in Terryglass Community Hall in order to foster a supportive community for remote workers in their community.
Grow Remote is a community-based non-profit organization that educates companies and individuals about the benefits of working remotely. An Irish national organization founded in 2018 has thousands of members now. Grow Remote has created a distinctive remote working ecosystem through events and an expanding network of regional “chapters.”
Local chapters are a fantastic way to interact with other remote workers in your region, assist others in your community who are looking for work, promote local economic development, and become involved locally.
Dónal Kearney, a guest facilitator, will go over all of the fully-funded training programs available to residents of Terryglass and the surrounding area if you’re looking for a new job or want to learn more about remote work. He’ll also answer questions about how to assist Tipperary residents in finding remote work.
On the request of Niall Heenan, a resident of Terryglass, the Grow Remote team visited the town in June 2022 for their team retreat.
Those who are considering working remotely in the future are especially invited to the information session on Saturday, which will promote networking between residents, employers, and remote employees. It is also ideal for local businesses or government agencies interested in learning more about educating and training staff members or job seekers about remote employment prospects. Everyone is encouraged to participate.
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