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They were delighted to meet people from other organisations who would be able to offer valuable support in the future,” Margaret added.“The dramatic increase in demand for assistance, information and support from state services is placing enormous pressure on their frontline staff. Identifying the right person or section in an organisation can help reduce delays and get accurate information quicker.
Community groups found the event to be of real benefit in helping to build contacts in the statutory sector,” said Jack Walsh of WAP.
Our pre-agreed game-plan: We’d mention no names or other identifying characteristics of those we encountered; we’d focus on our perceptions of what happened; and we’d relay whatever we learned about the experience as honestly as we could (so others might benefit from our mistakes). It doesn’t matter how good a people-person you might consider yourself to be, only a sociopath would enter a speed-dating venue without a certain level of trepidation. These events invariably take place in a pub, so it’s pretty easy to become a littlerelaxed and forget that you’re going to be talking to 15 women you’ve never met before (some of whom you may even want to try and impress).
In other words — we went speed-dating so you didn’t have to. That said — it’s not quite fight-or-flight territory, more fight-or-hide-in-the-bathroom. Humiliatingly, organisers generally make everyone wear name-tags — but that aside, with such a volume of people you’re invariably going to find it difficult to keep track of pretty much any other personal detail they impart if you’ve a few scoops on board.
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THE NATIONAL TRANSPORT Authority yesterday announced that British company Go-Ahead would operate 10% of the public service bus routes in Dublin.
Some have warned that the move is a start to privatisation and unions are worried it could change conditions for the worse.
However, the NTA says it will deliver savings for the taxpayer. While private buses are nothing new, the routes they will be operating are not generally busy and serve the Dublin suburbs.
We’re asking: Do you support private operators running public bus routes?