Welwyn Garden City recruitment agency rewards one of its Premiere People
MUCH is being made of Britain s dwindling workforce, but what about those people who make a living through temporary employment? It is a factor not lost on a recruitment agency in WGC, as it celebrated National Temporary Workers Week by acknowledging one
MUCH is being made of Britain's dwindling workforce, but what about those people who make a living through temporary employment?
It is a factor not lost on a recruitment agency in WGC, as it celebrated National Temporary Workers Week by acknowledging one of its most dedicated employees.
Mark Johnson, who has worked as a health and safety co-ordinator at Hatfield Police Station since March, received his award from managers at Premiere People, in Stonehills.
He was chosen for his "tenacious approach to work and client feedback from his assignment".
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Mark, 41, said: "This is a big surprise for me. It also says a lot about these guys [Premiere People].
"I get on with them all so well. I've worked with plenty of other agencies, and these are the best I've ever worked for."
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Branch manager Giovanna Cutillo said: "In the current climate, as companies may have shed staff they are very aware they are leaving themselves vulnerable if they do receive a sudden influx of business.
"We are receiving increasing numbers of enquiries from companies in the area which require short to medium term help to support the existing workforce.