We currently support people living in Dublin 8, 10, 12, 20, 22, 24, Lucan, Newcastle, Saggart, Rathcoole and Brittas. We are one of 23 Supported Employment companies located throughout the Republic of Ireland.
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Companies We’ve Worked With

Some of the companies we've helped recruit excellent applicants over the years.

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What we do

Employ Ability Limited is an employment support service for people who have a disability or health issue and live in southwest Dublin.
The company was set up in 2004 and since then have successfully worked with both job seekers and employers in facilitating employment.

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Employ Ability Stats

1,300 people with heath issues / disabilities have achieved employment in 2014 with the support of Employ Ability Services

  • 1,300
    people in employment
  • 2,500
    referred to the service
  • over 200
    companies involved

Kind Words From People We Work With

What other people thought about the service provided by Employability

Our business has linked with Employ Ability Ltd and having interacted with the service and the job seekers, we have found reliable, dedicated and friendly staff. Thinking outside the box can make a real difference to your workplace.
Principal at Ardagh Solicitors

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I love my role with Employ Ability:- working with clients you get to see an individual become more confident and determined in their search for employment.  Its great to see the difference it makes to a person’s self esteem when they succeed in getting a job.
Keith – Job Coach @ EmployAbility

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We here at Argos have the pleasure of employing Goaroid. He’s employed in the busiest ARGOS store in the country and aquits himself admirably at all times. Goaroid is made very much part of the team by all employees and interacts very well, not being afraid of offering his own ideas for consideration.”
Store Manager, Argos

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Vicky has been working with TV3 since April 2001. Vicky is a valuable part of the team in the Corporate Department and contributes greatly to the Department. She is a fantastic communicator and works very well as part of a team. One thing I can say personally about Vicky is that I would be lost without her
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We would highly recommend Employ Ability. Firstly, it has been a very positive experience employing Gavin. He is now working with us for several years and has settled in very well with all aspects of our company’s environment.
Secondly, because his Job Coach accurately assessed both our company’s culture and Gavin’s personality and abilities, it has worked out well for both Gavin and our company”
McHugh & Kramp

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Recent News Articles

Fresh job related news.

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Jobs created by Local Enterprise Offices

4,012 JOBS CREATED BY COMPANIES SUPPORTED BY LEOS IN 2014 Written by Robert McHugh, on 17th Apr 2015. Posted in Ireland The 2014 annual results for the Local Enterprise Offices, showing that 4012 extra jobs were created by companies supported by the Department of Jobs through the LEOs. It shows 4,012 extra jobs created by

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On Friday 22nd May, GetAHEAD are hosting Building The Future; a unique careers event in Citi, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 from 10am – 3pm. Building The Future is a unique careers event for students and graduates with disabilities and specific learning difficulties, where they will have the opportunity to polish their job seeking skills

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Ireland has the fastest employment growth rate in OECD

The Irish Government’s Action Plan for Jobs by the OECD revealed more than 60,000 jobs were created in the past year. Ireland has the fastest employment growth rate in the OECD. The OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) said the Action Plan’s focus on private-sector led, export-oriented job creation by getting framework conditions right and

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