On the hunt…
Life isn’t about a boring job and watching the clock tick.
And if you get the urge to constantly throw your laptop at your co-workers head, you know it’s time to cut and leave.
Which is why we have a workplace that isn’t about any of those things. We’ve got offices where you’ll find co-workers out for drinks at the end of the day instead of throwing things at each other across an office. We’ve got environments that if you want it, go get it.
Everyone works hard, but they play even harder and that creates an office that makes people want to come to in the morning.
So if you’re looking to carve your name out, looking for the thrill of the chase, looking to succeed and looking for a group of people that are going to be your mates, then our offices are the place you should be.
You’ll work hard, but the difference here is you’ll want to.
If you’re a graduate, senior consultant, regardless of your years of experience within recruitment, regardless of where you are in the UK, just pick up the phone and have a chat with Emily on 0207 333 1809 or you can find her at Emily.firstname.lastname@example.org
The gang are waiting….
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