EssentialSkillz is proud to announce that Michelle Dorian’s efforts to bring high quality compliance training to organisations around the world was recognised by iTag, Information Technology Association of Galway.
The nomination and the category itself demonstrate the strength of women management skills within the technology sector in Ireland. Michelle, as well as other women nominated this year, from organisations of different sizes, are the example of a beneficial shift in the IT sector, where we have moved from a traditionally more male dominated workplace to a situation where we now have more women not only in senior positions in leading global technology businesses but in roles across the board.
Michelle Dorian stated “from the day Tony Dervan and I founded EssentialSkillz we had a clear vision of the type of organisation we wanted to create. Of course, we wanted to create a successful business but we weren’t aiming only at commercial success. We were also hoping to be part of a workplace where people are confident, feel valued, are free from discrimination and where people like to work. I’m really happy to say we have achieved it all. We are growing very fast worldwide, last year we were awarded FAST50 Deloitte Award; our workforce is diversified – people from different countries, different backgrounds but with one common denominator – respect for others. That’s why once you start work with EssentialSkillz you become a part of a family.”