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13 January 2011

Welcome to 2011!


As Shave Human Resources enters its 51st year of operation, 2011 is already promising to be an exciting time and, no doubt full of challenges and opportunities.


Our business continues to go from strength to strength and we are particularly proud of the efforts of our great team who make Shave HR what it is today.


Late last year, we welcomed two new staff members to the team.  Stephanie Cooper is the new Director of First Impressions and the first point of contact for clients and candidates alike.  Like a breath of fresh air, Stephanie has already made an extremely positive impression and is a great ambassador for Shave Human Resources.


Trish Leone-Jones is our new Consultant Support Officer, working very closely with Sarah Hamerston in the Temporary Division, whilst also providing valuable administrative support to the consulting team generally.  Trish has a broad range of skills and experience, as well as a good sense of humour.  She can also multi-task which is a real bonus.


We are all excited about the year ahead and would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very happy and prosperous 2011.


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