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Meet Wild Recruitment’s new Director of Sales.

Wild Recruitment headquartered in Portsmouth, Hampshire, has promoted Jennie Hallsworth to a new Director of Sales role after she brought in some major new accounts. Jennie, who has worked with Wild Recruitment managing director Michelle Stewart for 15 years, has previously run the three major desks at the business. When lockdown happened last March...

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Temporary workers to remain in demand in January.

Due to the number of people returning Christmas presents, temporary workers will remain in demand throughout January, a leading recruiter has said. Typically around 25-30 percent of items bought online are sent back, and this is likely to rise in the new year. Berry Recruitment, which works from nearly 40 branches across England and...

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Working while on furlough.

Furloughed workers could boost their incomes by taking driving jobs in the run-up to Christmas, a leading recruitment group has said. The demand for drivers is far out-stripping supply and Christmas presents could go undelivered unless more drivers are found, according to Berry Recruitment. It is an ideal opportunity for those on furlough to...

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Berry Recruitment in Major Appointment

Berry Recruitment has appointed a former Royal Marine as its new Regional Manager for the Midlands. Jeff Williams has more than 20 years’ experience in the industry and oversees branches in Birmingham, Loughborough and Stafford. Jeff was formerly a Sergeant Major and says the skills he learned in the military have prepared him well...

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Driver Shortages Risk Christmas Delivery Times

Christmas presents might go undelivered this year due to a driver shortage that is already acute. Berry Recruitment, one of the biggest temporary worker suppliers in the country, has said the situation is worsening. It estimates that demand is running at 30 per cent above supply and that figure could well increase in the...

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