We have now established a fantastic recruitment policy spearheaded by our Head of HR services, and a dedicated internal recruiter, that we hope can bring in some of the most talented people from the Cheshire region as well as others from around the UK.
(PRWEB UK) 27 November 2011
Click Consult, an award-winning digital marketing agency, have commented on their commitment to recruitment despite operating in a slow economic climate.
Click Consult, who are based in Cheshire, employ expert staff in a range of internet marketing disciplines including PPC, web development and social media marketing. Despite the difficult economic circumstances that all businesses are forced to operate in, Click Consult were able to more than double staff numbers in their past business year from 40 staff to over 85.
Click Consult have recently employed a dedicated internal recruiter to work with their Head of HR Services to implement a recruitment policy that will secure them some of the finest talent in their region and from elsewhere around the UK. By recruiting a blend of proven industry experts and enthusiastic, talented young people and graduates they hope to maintain this growth and expansion. In the next financial year Click Consult expect to increase their staff numbers to over one hundred.
"It's really an exciting time for us here at Click Consult, and our latest recruitment drive is proving that it is possible for well-run businesses to buck the economic trend and continue expanding despite the recession. We have seen our staff numbers more than double in the previous business year, and in the next we hope to maintain that momentum and expand to employ over 100 internet marketing experts." said Matt Bullas, Managing Director of Click Consult. "We have now established a fantastic recruitment policy spearheaded by our Head of HR services, and a dedicated internal recruiter, that we hope can bring in some of the most talented people from the Cheshire region as well as others from around the UK. While we always look for proven industry experts, we try to balance this with young people and graduates who we employ based on what we believe they can become, despite their perceived lack of experience."