Part of our service agreement with clients and candidates, is a quick follow up after the process to find out how we are doing. It is important to us to continue to improve our services and find out where we are doing things right and where we could improve. It can be too easy especially with established relationships to let this slide. We received this lovely recommendation via LinkedIn recently which gave us all a boost. If someone gives you a great service let them know if nothing else it will make them smile.

“Having just used Ten 2 Two for the third time to solve our recruitment needs I wanted to take the opportunity to thank Andrea for the excellent service she provides. Andrea is always able to introduce us to a range of very talented and capable individuals and we are always impressed by the calibre of candidates that Ten 2 Two can offer. This combined with Andrea’s highly organised, straight talking and no nonsense approach to recruitment means we know that we will find the right person for the role every single time. It’s why we keep coming back to Ten 2 Two and would have no hesitation in recommending their services to other local business looking to fill part time or flexible roles.”

John Stephens Owner of Rencraft Kitchens 

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