New Hays MD to grow IT and social care

Hays' new MD for UK & Ireland spoke exclusively to Recruiter magazine's editor, DeeDee Doke.

The IT and social care sectors will be the focus of special investment at global professional recruiter Hays over the near future, the company’s newly appointed managing director for UK & Ireland has told Recruiter.

Simon Winfield said “still lots of opportunities” remain for Hays’ core specialisms of accountancy & finance, construction, education...

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