It’s all change at Allstaff, but no change really…

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It’s all happening at Allstaff.  Last Friday (18th May), marked our 37th Birthday; yes, it all began back in 1981.  However, notable though it is, that’s not our big news because we are delighted (and slightly saddened) to announce some key changes at Allstaff, mainly that Joan Sim has decided to retire from the business; after 35 years of dedicated service, we are sure you will join us in wishing Joan well as she takes a well-earned break.

Carolyn Moir-Grant has been with the business for 25 years and following the successful MBO she said, “Martin, Ryan and myself are delighted to be given this opportunity to build on the success that has been achieved over the years by past and present colleagues.  We are fortunate in being supported by a really dedicated team of professionals many of whom have been with the business for decades. I’m looking forward to continuing to build what is already a great business”.

The MBO has done little to slow down the ongoing investment in technology; following the major investment in state-of-the-art Recruitment software at the end of 2017, Allstaff is now making progress in the next phase with the introduction of new Finance and Administration software.  This latest investment provides a seamless process for Management reporting for our clients, AWR, advanced compliance and online timesheets.

In many ways, a lot has changed, but at the same time, very little has changed.  Allstaff will continue to invest in the future to ensure that clients get the best possible service; whether it’s a temporary or permanent position to be filled, we will be able to find, recruit and manage the process in a professional and streamlined manner.  So, as we enter our 38th year, we do so with a great deal of excitement and optimism which has been made possible by the legacy that has been provided by both Joan Sim and her predecessor Sheena Fleming.  Thank you, Joan & Sheena.

2 Responses to “It’s all change at Allstaff, but no change really…”

  1. Linda Caldwell

    Presently unemployed.looking to view part-full time employment.

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