A leading recruitment business in South Wales has said the abolition of tolls on the two bridges has increased job applications by around 30 per cent. Berry Recruitment, based in Cardiff, campaigned for the charges to be scrapped and is now benefiting from the increased traffic.
Charitable housing association BCHA is launching a recruitment drive to fill a variety of roles within the organisation. The charity, based at St Swithuns House in Bournemouth and employing more than 300 people, has a range of vacancies in a number of departments right across the south west. The jobs drive is being led by BCHA’s in-house human resources and recruitment … Read More
A recruitment agency in Brentwood has opened a new office to cope with its growth and demand for its services. Berry Recruitment launched locally four years ago and has expanded to a team of six because of the jobs boom.
Businesses are missing out on the best staff because they are taking too long making decisions, Berry Recruitment Group has warned.
Record growth in the 2017-2018 financial year has triggered a new jobs drive at McAndrew Martin in Portsmouth
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Berry Recruitment’s branch in Falmouth has relocated to Truro as it expands to cover the entire county of Cornwall. The agency – part of the national recruiter Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) – is also looking to add to its team of five. Manager Rebecca Hilling said that there were plenty of good quality jobs in Cornwall and finding suitable candidates … Read More
Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) has established its first branch in the north east by opening offices in Darlington. The fast-growing recruiter has 34 offices that now cover all areas of England and Wales. Managing the branch is Dani Gallone, an experienced consultant who has been with Manpower for the last five years working across the north east. The Darlington branch … Read More
The specialist rail recruitment agency acquired by Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) has won a major contract to supply temporary workers and permanent recruitment services to one of the UK’s leading transport companies, The Go-Ahead Group. Express Rail Services’ manager Justin Ayling said the Go-Ahead contract could be worth millions of pounds a year to the rapidly-growing recruiter. Being part of … Read More