Thorn Baker Industrial Recruitment Welcome To The Team Beth Brayshaw


Welcome to the Team: Beth Brayshaw

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Matthew Dann Thorn Baker Industrial Recruitment DirectorI'm delighted to announce that due to increased demand for industrial roles in Chesterfield and South Yorkshire we're welcoming Labour Manager Beth Brayshaw to our Chesterfield team.

Matthew Dann: Thorn Baker Industrial Recruitment Director

Thorn Baker Industrial Recruitment, is pleased to announce the creation of a new position at our Chesterfield office. The move is in response to increasing demand in the industrial sector from both our clients who are looking for staff and candidates looking for employment.

Beth joins the team as Labour Manager and brings significant industry experience to the team. She has previously worked in Australia, before moving back to the UK earlier this year.

Beth Brayshaw Thorn Baker Industrial RecruitmentCommenting Beth said:

'Moving back to the UK just before the country went into lockdown was unfortunate to say the least, so I am pleased to get back into the world of recruitment and I am looking forward to working with the Thorn Baker team.'

As a result of the huge changes to the economy caused by Covid-19, our Chesterfield office is experiencing increased numbers of job seekers but this is counterbalanced by vacancies in certain sectors where demand for staff is extremely high. Companies in the warehouse and logistics, food production and waste and recycling sectors are recruiting to fill vacancies. These types of business are seeing increased demand for their services arising from changing consumer habits as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Rose Joseph Thorn Baker Industrial RecruitmentRose Joseph, Branch Manager said:

'I am looking forward to working with Bethany and I know her experience will be hugely valuable to us at the moment.

Whilst there are many job losses currently, some sectors are thriving, and companies are seeking staff to help them meet increased customer volumes. Companies have drastically increased their online operations and home deliveries which means more people are needed to work in warehouse and logistics roles to fulfil orders. Similarly, supermarkets have done very well as people have not been able to eat out, so we have a strong demand for roles in food production.'

When you’re looking to work with recruiters that specialise in food production, manufacturing, warehouse and logistics, contract packing, print and packaging, office support and waste and recycling, we’re proud to be your go-to recruiter. 

Contact the team today to discuss how we can support your temporary worker needs.