The positions will include the areas of software engineering and software development. The Irish technology company already employs 210 people in Park West and 400 globally
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Globoforce has announced that they are creating 100 new jobs in their Dublin headquarters over the next three years. The positions will include the areas of software engineering, software development, user experience, finance and customer service. Clients include Biogen, DHL, KPMG and Symantec. The company was founded in 1999.

“These are very exciting times for Globoforce,” said Eric Mosley, co-founder and CEO of the company.

“Building an award-winning culture starts with your employees and in Globoforce, we have the best people in the business,” said Mosley.

“Through our social recognition platform, we currently help more than 3m employees around the world have positive experiences at work. As the company expands, we have a strategy of reinvesting profits into research and development, driving thought leadership and innovation across all our platforms.”

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Globoforce has announced that they are creating 100 new jobs in their Dublin headquarters over the next three years. The positions will include the areas of software engineering, software development, user experience, finance and customer service. Clients include Biogen, DHL, KPMG and Symantec. The company was founded in 1999. “These...