Ten2Two North Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire is rapidly approaching its 5th birthday in the new year, and business continues to go from strength to strength. With many repeat clients and a membership of over 1,500 highly skilled individuals seeking part-time and flexible working solutions, it has been necessary to enhance the team further.

Carol-Anne is absolutely delighted to introduce Sarah Eva to the North Herts and Beds team to provide her and Clare with an administrative support function, ensuring that we continue to be able to respond quickly and efficiently to our clients recruitment needs and support our growing numbers of members. We want to be able to offer more workshops and seminars for our members, and manage increasing numbers of vacancies at any one time. and Sarah will be invaluable to us in meeting this aim.

Sarah brings a wealth of recruitment experience with her to the role and we know that it won’t take long for her to influence the shape and growth of the business as we enter our 6th year of trading.

Welcome to the team Sarah!

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