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Maxol Maynooth Holds Skills For Work Day For Young Jobseekers

Maxol took part in this month’s Feeding Ireland’s Future’s Skills for Work Week, by welcoming young people between the ages of 18 to 24 to Maxol Maynooth on 1 March for a day of training.

The participants had the chance to gain experience in a range of different roles, including in customer service and as baristas and deli operations.

Maxol Regional Manager, Mark Walsh was also on have to give a tour of the site, and give the young jobseekers CV and interview tips.

Catherine Noctor, Group Human Resources Manager at Maxol commented, "The Maxol Group was thrilled to be part of Feeding Ireland's Future, which really gives young job seekers an understanding of the different roles in our business and helps them prepare better in their search for employment.

"We hope that the young adults we met on the day gained something from their experience and we wish them the very best in achieving their goals for the future."

© 2016 - Checkout Magazine by Jenny Whelan.

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