This week on the Bottom Line we had a wide and varied selection of topics from internet phishing scams to dealing with stress in the workplace.
The programme kicked off as usual with Tom Molloy of the Irish Independent. The latest Exchequer figures (good) a fall in consumer confidence (bad) and a looming Government confrontation with the IMF were the main topics of discussion with Tom this week.
Kilkenny Leader Partnership are hosting an employer forum on the Kickstart programme. Its an opportunity for employers to avail of a “dating agency” type service to link up with highly skilled people who are currently unemployed and who are looking for jobs. Anne Marie McSorley joined us in studio to tell us about it.[wp_media media=”audio” title=”Anne Marie McSorley” artist=”The Bottom Line” volume=0.8 urls=”https://kclr96fm.com/media/AMMS.mp3″]
More here: kickstartpreparingforrecovery.com/
Stress in the workplace is a common occurrence, indeed no one these days is immune. Clinical psychologist Martin Doolan of the HSE joined us in studio to talk about stress in the workplace and to talk about balance.[wp_media media=”audio” title=”Martin Doolan” artist=”The Bottom Line” volume=0.8 urls=”https://kclr96fm.com/media/Martin-Doolan-.mp3″]
Internet and texting scams are becoming increasingly common and ingenious. We talked to Aine Carroll of the National Consumer about the dangers and piutfalls.[wp_media media=”audio” title=”Phishing” artist=”The Bottom Line” volume=0.8 urls=”https://kclr96fm.com/media/Phishing.mp3″]
For more see www.nca.ie/
That’s it for another week. Let us know if there is anything you’d like covered on the programme. You can get us on [email protected]