News: Gemma Joins Travail

Posted on 4th November 2019

PASSING ON THE RECRUITMENT BATON

 

A Burgess Hill recruitment specialist has welcomed a new pair of hands to oversee co-ordination between clients and candidates.

Travail Employment Group is delighted to have secured the services of Gemma Craig who lives nearby in mid Sussex and has recruitment consultancy experience.

 

A nationwide franchise, Travail is the French word for ‘work’. Judi Arditi formed the Burgess Hill operation, with her late husband Loni, in 2006 and it is now a highly-respected consultancy across the town and beyond.

 

“Within just days of joining the team, Gemma has already made an impact”, said Travail MD Judi Arditi. “She has slotted in seamlessly and already placed her first candidate.”

 

While welcoming Gemma to the team, the company has had to say a fond farewell to Elle Simpson who has been a tremendous asset but is moving to London. While at Travail, Elle won an award for Administrator of the Year after colleagues remarked that “clients love Elle, she has a great rapport with many of them”, and how “she thrives on deadlines and rises to the challenge on every occasion”.

 

In her spare time, Gemma has many interests and hobbies such as playing football for Hassocks ladies, a sport she has enjoyed since she was eight years-old. She is very much looking forward to working with the Travail team and getting to know all their clients.

 

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