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New Additions to Daisy…

admin 03/10/2016

Daisy has added…… a couple of blue petals to our team…..

We are thrilled to welcome James Wakeham as our Senior Recruitment Consultant.

James is a highly experienced recruiter, who previously worked for a leading National high street recruiter. He is delighted to have the flexibility and autonomy that working for an independent agency provides. James takes a consultative approach to business, and specialises in commercial permanent roles within North Yorkshire.

In addition Bob Berriman has joined Daisy as our Business Development Executive. Bob has in excess of 8 years’ experience in recruitment having moved over from the Financial Services sector. Bob is loving the challenge of a new market, and his skills and experience in multiple sectors have meant he has successfully placed candidates in high level positions for some of the best known brands in the UK.

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Welcome to the NEW Daisy website!

admin 14/05/2016

Here at Daisy we believe it is really important that both our Candidates and Clients are able to keep up to date with current jobs, news and services. Our new website allows you to do just that. From applying for current vacancies as a Candidate to working with Daisy as a Client, this website shows you exactly what we have to offer.

We understand that day to day life can be very busy; therefore, our mobile-friendly site allows you to get in touch with us around the clock, just drop us an email through our ‘contact’ page and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

With advice on how to write a CV or tips and trick to use in an interview to helping your business with HR requirements, our website has it all.

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National Minimum Wage Increase – 1st October 2015

admin 01/10/2015

Employment law changes:
1 October sees the introduction of the following changes in employment law:
• National Minimum Wage increases – the annual rise in NMW rates apply as follows:
– Workers aged over 21 – £6.70 per hour
– Workers aged 18 to 20 – £5.30 per hour
– Workers aged 16 to 17 – £3.87 per hour
– Apprentices – £3.30 per hour

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Irene, Sales Manager

admin 25/08/2015

It’s not often that I enjoy a meeting with a recruitment consultant but my meeting left me feeling very positive. You totally “get me!” The atmosphere in your office is welcoming and not like most other recruitment agencies. I don’t know what you do that is different but it works!!

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Heather, Director, Catering Company

admin 20/08/2015

If you’re looking for new staff, you can’t get better than daisy recruitment. The team are fast, efficient and have invaluable market knowledge. Smooth, seamless service! Well done guys!

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ST MICHAEL’S – FRIDAY FIZZ SUCCESS

admin 23/07/2015


What a great day was had by all at our latest charity event! We’re delighted to announce we raised £565 for our charity, St Michael’s Hospice.

A glass of fizz, handmade cakes (thanks to Paula, Lorna and Bethan) and a fabulous raffle went down a storm with clients and friends alike.

Congratulations to all the winners including Amanda from Nationwide Windows who won the Flying Lesson at Multiflight!

Thanks and well done to everyone involved!

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Grace, Customer Services

admin 26/06/2015

I am really excited about my new job and I want to thank you for all your help. I would recommend Daisy Recruitment to anyone!

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Skills Training Gap Among Employees Revealed

admin 19/05/2015 0

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6 Ways Your Job is Losing You Future Earnings

admin 21/04/2015 0

Queequeg removed himself to just beyond the head of the sleeper, and lighted his tomahawk pipe. We kept the pipe passing over the sleeper, from one to the other. Meanwhile, upon questioning him in his broken fashion, Queequeg gave me to understand that, in his land, owing to the absence of settees and sofas of all sorts, the king, chiefs, and great people generally, were in the custom of fattening some of the lower orders for ottomans.

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