Award for Bruff (BGM) Remote Workers Organisation

Members of the BGM Remote Working Chapter receiving aspecial Community Award by Donal Kearney, Grow Remote’s Community Facilitator, at the Yarn Cafe, Bruff.

It is vital that remote workers actively engage in their locality and so a Remote Workers Group was formed in Bruff last June to provide space for local connection. Since then, the group have had monthly meetings and at the September meeting members were joined by Agnes Relihan, Co-ordinator of the ENGAGE Hubs – Innovate Limerick. The meeting was a very informal, social event and Agnes engaged very well with the group informing all of the Business eco-system that is ENGINE and congratulated the group on the innovative of forming a Remote Workers Chapter.
The landscape of Ireland’s workforce is changing and employments, through remote working, will become more visible and accessible to people no matter where they live.
The Grow Remote Community Fund supports innovative ideas which aim to activate the power of remote work locally. The Bruff (BGM) chapter is happy to announce that it has received a monetary award from Grow Remote for its efforts in this respect.
On the 6th October, therefore, at 1.30pm, there was the presentation of a special Community Award by Dónal Kearney, Grow Remote’s Community Facilitator, to the BGM Remote Working Chapter at the Yarn Café, Bruff. Participants had an informal lunch of Pizza and chips and all went home happy with a Goodie bag
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