Workr Group Announces Team Expansion

L to R: Workr welcome four new recruits – Jess Hall, Elizabeth Nyka, Katie Byrom, and Alex Jones

The Workr Group, a leading international specialist in outsourced employment and accountancy services, has expanded its UK team with four new recruits amid organic business expansion. 

The new recruits have joined the business in April to strengthen both the sales and customer experience teams based out of their UK Headquarters in Manchester. It follows hot on the heels of the appointment of Harry Stacey in March as a regional Client Relationship Director based in Bristol.

Alex Jones, Jess Hall, Elizabeth Nyka and Katie Byron have been busy undertaking a comprehensive induction programme, covering all facets of the Workr Group. Over the coming weeks the newcomers will continue their on-boarding with role-relevant training on client-specific processes and procedures. 

Mike Lee, Director at Workr Group commented ‘We have seen an increase in existing clients looking to consolidate their supply chain and connect the breadth of our service offering under one roof. This, combined with recent new business wins, has prompted the need for fresh talent. Alex, Jess, Elizabeth and Katie join our existing teams to ensure we can continue to deliver at the scale our clients need whilst providing best-in-class service levels. We look forward to seeing the impact their on-going contributions will bring to the Group and supporting each of them in their continued professional and personal development.’

Gareth Murphy, Customer Experience Manager at Workr Group commented ‘We are delighted to welcome our new recruits into the agency. We placed a greater weight on character attributes such as otivation, curiosity, and determination to assess each candidate’s future potential and their adaptability to our company and to our clients’ business environments. It is great to see our efforts come to fruition as we welcome these new starters to the business. We look forward to watching them grow and prosper.”

Lee added ‘Organic business growth and changes to the way the contractor population can be paid will mean we continue to have a strong focus on our recruitment efforts in the coming months. This ensures we have the people, the infrastructure and the capability to deliver the services clients need, as they need them. 

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