TeamJobs Positions For Growth With New Company Structure
Jason Gault who formed the company in 2001, now takes up the new position of CEO. Hannah Sills becomes TeamJobs Managing Director and Lisa Payne takes the role of Operations Director.
“In the last 20 years we have built a respected recruitment consultancy and one that I have been immensely proud to start and lead from. The restructure will help progress the business in a positive direction that is guided by the gifted staff we have. The new structure is to support businesses but also an emphasis on the people who work for TeamJobs. It’s not just growth for the company but also our employees and to allow them to step up and progress their careers. Everyone can make an impact both professionally and personally. The time is right”
New autumn economic forecasts from UK economic forecasting group, EY Item Club, has said that it expected GDP to increase by 7.6%. This would be the fastest annual growth in national income since 1941.
“Businesses have recognised how difficult it can be to recruit talented people. By having a team of skilled recruiters who know their marketplace and have supported so many people, this is the perfect opportunity to deliver for the future.”
Hannah Sills looks at the immediate future with optimism,
“TeamJobs has predominantly relied on strong and successful women to achieve its success over the years. As a woman in business, it is a privilege to be given the role as managing director and to be recognised for the achievements we have all made.”
The new company framework also acknowledges the demand from a regional, not just localised level. Lisa Payne explains,
“TeamJobs is broadening business opportunities for people, not just employers, but candidates too. Our reach has grown in the past year and alongside the country becoming digitally enabled our geographical reach has meant growth, within other areas too. Leading the operations side provides an exciting opportunity to develop the partnerships we are forming and growing.”
With a drive to help businesses and people succeed in the workplace, a trusted recruitment partner is going to be a strong business asset.