So on a rainy Sunday September morning the Brampton Recruitment team were up and out early to put ourselves through the WORLD’S LONGEST INFLATABLE CHALLENGE!!

Sounds like fun I hear you say….? For some maybe, but for us fitness challenged people of the world, this was indeed a true test of nerve, skill and mainly, balance!

The 1000ft long course lead us to a complicated and challenging weave of trials and this started with a stomach wrenching 20ft vertical drop!! We had walls to climb, obstacles to navigate and giant inflatable wheels to walk across!! It really was a true test of fitness!!

The reason for our madness is C.R.Y – Brampton Recruitment’s chosen charity for 2017.

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Brampton Recruitment narrowly missed out on being finalists for the 2017 Staffordshire Chamber Business Awards this year but the disappointment was quickly followed up with not one but two commendations from the Chamber.

We are proud the be members of the Chamber and appreciate the support and guidance we receive from them.

Watch this space for next year, maybe we can become finalists once again!

 

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Director Claire Leigh talks about promoting working mothers, concerns about coming back to work after maternity and ways in which companies can support them. In 2016, Citizens Advice reported a 58 per cent increase in the number of women needing advice on maternity discrimination issues. Click the link to read more -
http://www.wearethecity.com/promoting-working-mothers/.

What a lovely morning we had helping the children from Giggles & Wiggles Day nursery plant Bee and Butterfly friendly plants in the wildlife garden at Brampton Museum. We ‘dug deep’ to help get new foliage in place, in readiness to bloom in time for the official opening on 24th July at 10.30am.

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This week, Britain will decide whether we should stay in, or leave the European Union. In the final run-up to the vote, national polls have forecast a different outcome almost every week, making it difficult to predict what will happen on June 23. A recent survey conducted by Staffordshire and Cheshire-based recruitment agency Brampton Recruitment suggests almost 40 per cent of business owners across the two counties think existing jobs will be at risk if Britain was to leave the EU.

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As part of our dedication to recruitment in the local community, we have recently visited Werrington Primary School to provide the students with advice on different job roles in business. Senior Recruitment Consultant, Vikki Cave visited the school in June to discuss the personality traits most compatible with management, sales, customer service, engineering and accountancy roles.

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