The wearing of ties at work and even for job interviews could be on the way out, according to a leading recruitment business. Berry Recruitment Group (BRG), which operates from 35 locations across the country said the trend has accelerated in the last year.
A national shortage of HGV drivers has helped a recruitment firm founded by a young entrepreneur to take further workspace at a thriving business hub in Portsmouth. Founded by Adam Hardy, 26, Sourced Recruitment originally started from his flat in Fareham.
Dorset-headquartered cyber-security company C3IA Solutions has recruited two new staff – including the former attaché at the British Embassy in Washington DC. Colonel Stewart McConnell has joined the fast-growing business along with fellow Royal Corps of Signals veteran Major Graham Moody.
Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) celebrated another year’s success at its annual awards ceremony which was held at the Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel in London.
The latest crop of apprentices at Dorset’s Wessex Group has graduated ready to embark on their careers within Wessex Electricals and Wessex Fire & Security.
Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) has seen its turnover increase by more than six per cent to a touch under £70m, its latest accounts show.
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
The recruitment business London Staff Bureau (LSB) has been acquired by Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) for an undisclosed fee.
Berry Recruitment in Northampton has promoted Regine Coulter to run its new catering and hospitality division. Manager Rachel Murphy saw an opportunity to develop the branch that already recruits workers for the office and industrial sectors.