Canine colleagues brighten up recruiters’ offices

As it’s Bring Your Dog to Work Day, Recruiter is showcasing some of the canine consultants lifting the spirits of staff at agencies across the country including a ‘top dog’, a ‘chief slobberation officer’ and a trio of ‘chief barketing officers’.

First up we have LHi Group's Reggie (pictured), a three-year-old Weimaraner, who according to a spokesperson for the agency is “goofy, soppy, incredibly loyal” and loves his job.

As CSO (chief slobberation officer), Reggie offers all round good vibes, ensuring everyone is happy during his weekly visit to the office.

“Because we have built a...

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