With the hangovers disappearing and the excess food digested, it is time to look forward to another year at Lethaby & Cook as we continue to build on the business we completed in 2017. We are looking to achieve this by reinvesting profits back into gaining more of an online presence with regards to advertising,
As specialists with a long track record of finding the right people for key roles in the industry, Lethaby and Cook quickly establish the technical skills you require and the level of experience any candidate should have.
By acquiring an in-depth understanding of exactly what you need and what your vacancy offers, we will present the opportunity through the right channels and in the most appealing and informative way to attract the best possible potential employees.
We stay in touch with a vast network of candidates and by advertising, seeking referrals as well as making direct approaches, your vacancy is guaranteed to get the best possible exposure.
Our candidates are fully interviewed and vetted, however, finding the right person involves more than just analysing their curriculum vitae. We get to know the person behind the CV - their long-term goals, personal circumstances and character.
Consequently, Lethaby and Cook introduce you only to those people who are potentially suitable for the job and can make a positive contribution to your business.
After all, your time is valuable.
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