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Fundamentally, recruitment is a ‘people-business’ and we don’t forget that it’s people that make a business. So, when I see the amount of vitriol aimed at recruiters on sites like LinkedIn it does sadden me. I don’t know of many other industries where so much ‘hate’ appears to be expressed so publicly. There is good and bad, I’m sure, in every industry. You’ve got...
Jessica and her team at Sandringham Wood took the time to listen to my career aspirations and what I wanted from my next role. Unlike other recruitment agencies, Jessica genuinely wanted to ensure an employer was suitable to me and vice...