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30th July 2020

 

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Coaching support opportunities for redundant staff from Simon Acres Group

* Coaching.jpgKBB and merchant services provider Simon Acres Group (SAGL) has urged people who have recently lost their jobs to contact the company for immediate recruitment support. 

Simon Acres, director at SAGL (pictured here with colleague Ray Isted) says:

“The industry is undergoing significant change as the lockdown eases. We know that the fall in trading has been very tough and some national companies have let staff go. However, other businesses within the sector are recruiting. We have experienced a high level of enquiries in the last week and have new positions available daily.”

SAGL is dedicated to the KBB sector and has a wealth of experience that is harnessed to provide additional holistic support. In addition to Simon`s almost 30-year experience in the industry, the Legends series for example, has been extremely helpful in connecting the industry with multiple employer contacts.

The experienced team can also provide top tips on writing CV’s and preparing for interviews. Further support available at the moment includes a dedicated one-to-one interview coaching session with KBB expert and SAGL consultant Ray Isted. Ray`s experience as a hiring manager and knowledge of the industry is legendary.

“There are lots of talented people coming into the job market that we do not want to lose from the industry, we can help them find new positions, so their skills are retained for the future,” adds Simon. “We have a highly-experienced team that can offer support beyond the usual recruitment service and we are the only company dedicated to the KBB sector.”

T: 0203 701 6660
E: [email protected]
W: www.simonacres.co.uk

30th June 2020




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