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Recruiting For Today AND Your Future Needs

When we look for suitable candidates to take up a permanent position in your organisation, we are not simply looking to fill a vacancy but are looking to supply new talent that can both meet your immediate needs and also progress with you as you grow.

So, for this month's case study, we are delighted to feature another example of this approach in practice.

Wilmot & Co Solicitors LLP is a thriving law firm based in Cirencester. They specialise in Conveyancing, Property Law, Wills, Probate, Trusts, Commercial Litigation and also in litigation involving Classic Cars.

Their HR team approached us and asked us to find a legal secretary for their property department. As ever, we undertook a thorough study of their organisation and their requirements to assist us in finding the best candidate. This exercise also helps us to promote all the opportunities of working for such a thriving law firm to potential candidates.

After pre-interviewing the candidates ourselves, we forwarded the details of the "best-fit" individuals to the firm. Our candidate, Una, has a background in law as a FCILEx and so we were delighted when they offered her the position as a temporary legal secretary. They soon made this role a permanent appointment.

Una also had many years' business experience prior to joining Wilmot & Co. and she has now been promoted to Practice Manager within the law firm. We offer her our congratulations and best wishes.

Phillip Sharpe, Partner, Wilmot & Co comments: "One of the reasons that we work with Jackie Kerr Recruitment is that Fraser and his team always look at the medium and long-term needs of our business as well as addressing the current situation speedily and efficiently. We are looking forward to continuing to work with Fraser and his team as our firm continues to grow."

For quality candidates, who will develop within your organisation, call us for a chat on 01793 762026 or email Jackie and her team at: jackie@jackiekerrrecruitment.com.

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