Oxford job hunters are missing out

An Oxford recruitment business has welcomed back its former manager who says job-hunters often miss out on opportunities because they leave details off their CVs. Kathy Rusher and her growing team at Berry Recruitment interview all candidates rather than rely on written information.

New manager for Birmingham recruiter

Berry Recruitment has appointed a new manager at its busy Birmingham branch, and he says the local economy is doing better than many believe. Chris Cooper has 20 years’ experience in the industry and aims to grow the branch that currently has five staff.

New appointments for Dorset funeral group

Douch Family Funeral Directors has appointed two new staff for its AE Jolliffe & Son branch in Ferndown. Leanne Adimi is a senior funeral director and community engagement officer and Helen Dean is an office administrator.

Stockpiling has led to lack of workers

The national shortage of workers is being exacerbated as companies over-produce due to ‘no-deal’ Brexit fears. Berry Recruitment Group (BRG) says stockpiling in the last 12 months has led to more available work, especially in temporary positions.

Lack of awareness hits recruitment industry

A lack of awareness about jobs in the recruitment industry means many people are missing out on a promising career path, a leading business has claimed. Lee Gamble, managing director of Berry Recruitment, said part of the reason is because there are no compulsory formal qualifications.

Baran joins Berry

Berry Recruitment has appointed a highly experienced new manager at its growing branch in Kent. Jane Baran has worked in the industry across the county and London in a 20-year career.