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DRAW Recruitment Launches HR Services

Posted by D.R.A.W in News · June 2018

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Human Resource (HR) Services.

Many of our clients are small and medium sized businesses who do not have the time, or available resource to effectively take care of their HR needs. We are often asked for help with contractual and legal matters, relating to employment and are launching this service in response to client demand. Our service has been designed as a cost-effective and tailored service to fit your individual business needs. This could be on a short-term basis, by project or simply to fulfil your ad-hoc requirements throughout the year.

The HR solutions we provide are designed to complement our Permanent and Temporary Recruitment, Executive Search and Talent Sourcing services to our clients.

Our HR Services are based on 20 years of experience, provided by our HR Specialist, Maria Gaudio. You can read Maria’s profile here.

How we can help
Support can be provided via telephone, email or in person. If you need hands-on support we can come to your office and help manage those difficult or sensitive meetings with employees or to discuss specific issues or provide general support to managers.

In addition to these services, we are able to assist on a hourly/daily rate basis to support you with all of your HR requirements.

Read more about our HR Services here.

If you think you might benefit from these services, or would like further advice, please get in touch.


D.R.A.W Recruitment 
+44 (0) 208 340 9339
HR@drawrecruitment.com 

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