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Ukraine mercy mission saved by goodwill and generosity

A kind-hearted recruitment manager from Harlow who set out to deliver aid to Ukraine’s refugees had an adventure he never expected after his van’s engine died in Poland. Patrick Casey, who works for Berry Recruitment, along with friends Tony Hayward and Cliff Green, were so moved by the plight of the war’s victims that they...

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BRG posts fulsome financial results

Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) anticipates continued strong growth through 2022 as it releases its latest financial figures. The group’s accounts to the end of 2021 showed its profits before taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA*) up 49 percent on the previous year to £2.27m. The business, which includes the brands Berry Recruitment, Wild Recruitment, Wild Berry...

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Wage rises cease as businesses struggle

Wage increases amongst blue collar workers have plateaued and some are even reducing, according to a leading recruiter. The candidate shortage led to higher wages for many workers across multiple sectors, including warehouse work, manufacturing, hospitality and driving. Employers even raised wages to the same higher levels across the country – meaning the London amount...

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Will standardised pay cause a capital flight?

Berry Recruitment warns of a potential ‘flight from London’ due to increased pay rates being standardised across the country. Lee Gamble, managing director of Berry Recruitment, said many people in the south-east could relocate in order to secure a higher standard of living. He said that some national companies have decided that all staff should...

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