Drogheda & District Chamber Council has announced the signing of a strategic partnership with Adare Human Resource Management, one of Ireland’s best-known and respected providers of Employment Law, Industrial Relations (IR), Human Resource Management (HRM) and Health and Safety Services. The partnership creates additional value for Drogheda Chamber members via theprovision of expert human resource management services under a special agreement exclusive to members.
The partnership agreement was signed by Robert Murray, President of Drogheda & District Chamber, and Derek McKay, Managing Director of Adare Human Resource Management.
The partnership is part of Drogheda Chamber’s ongoing strategy to add more value to membership byidentifying top-class suppliers of business support services and developing special working relationships and commercial agreements to provide direct benefit to members.
Drogheda Chamber President Robert Murray commented, “We are delighted to have entered into the special agreement with Adare Human Resource Management. As a leading provider of humanresource management advice and support, we are confident that the quality of their services is second to none and will be of great benefit to Chamber members. In addition, we look forward to the education program that the team there will provide to our members via an ongoing series of webinars and information sharing, which has been agreed as a core foundation of our partnership”.
Adare Human Resource Management Managing Director Derek McKay said, “Drogheda and the surrounding area is one which we have identified as having unrivalled potential for growth and expansion due to its excellent strategic location, vibrant business community and highly skilled workforce. We are excited at the prospect of partnering with Drogheda Chamber, its members and the business community in general to form part of the wider business resource pool that can help maximise the growth of Drogheda as both a regional and international business hub”.
Drogheda has apopulation of 1.7 million people living within a 60 km radius of the town, and1/3 of local residents are educated to degree level or higher, making Drogheda and the surrounding area one of the most highly populous and educated regions in Ireland.