Manchester recruiter provides clients with the Golden Egg to success

Flexible payment terms and funded payroll solutions are among the offerings that multi-sector recruiter Golden Egg Recruitment Group says have contributed to a significant increase in its client growth since March.

The Manchester-based company also says that it has added 15 new hires to its internal team since March, when the firm pivoted its existing business model when lockdown began.

Headed by CEO Benjamin James Kershaw, Golden Egg says its client base has increased by 60% since March. “We had to act swiftly to adapt the way we do business, as we knew that the recruitment sector would be hit hard. We had no choice but to create and embrace the necessary business changes when lockdown began,” says Kershaw.

Golden Egg did not use the government’s Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme, or furlough initiative, Kershaw says. 

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