Recruitment specialist returns for new job in Welwyn Garden City
THERE have been several reports over the past few weeks of people and businesses leaving Times Territory as a result of the credit crunch. So it s nice to welcome a few back. Two very different professionals have returned to Welwyn Hatfield in recent we
THERE have been several reports over the past few weeks of people and businesses leaving Times Territory as a result of the credit crunch.
So it's nice to welcome a few back.
Two very different professionals have returned to Welwyn Hatfield in recent weeks, and are looking forward to reacquainting themselves with their old homes - and their old jobs.
First up is recruitment specialist Sallie Wilson...
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SALLIE Wilson, 47, has returned to her "home turf" of WGC, as operations manager of Osborne Appointments, a recruitment agency based in Church Road.
She has returned to recruitment management, and to WGC, after four years.
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Sallie left her position as senior branch manager of Reed, in Wigmores South, WGC, in December 2005.
"The employment market is different to what it was in 2005," said Sallie, from The Green, Kimpton.
"These are difficult and challenging times and sometimes the agency worker is the first to feel the backlash of this.
"However, many companies are using temporary labour to give their business added flexibility during uncertain trading conditions.
"In fact, the quality of candidate coming through our doors looking for temporary work has increased as a result of the current economic climate."
On her return to her former profession, Sallie said: "It's like riding a bike.
"Recruitment is in my blood and something I will never forget.