September has been another fantastic month for Kingston Barnes – full of celebrations and record breakers.
Our stand out employees this month have been awarded for achieving various personal goals with a bottle of bubbly, shopping vouchers and well-deserved place on the record board.
Matthew Lyons is celebrating his first placement in Kingston Barnes. Joining us a couple of months ago, Matt has settled in as a valued member of the Consulting team and his recruitment skills and confidence are growing by the day. With future placements already in the pipeline Matt is sure to finish the last quarter of the year on a high. Great work Matt!!
Chris Johnston for the second month in a row has not only beaten his own record from last month with highest level of temps out, he has now completely smashed a previously set record for the highest temp biller. Chris has had an amazing year; the man is literally unstoppable!
Ben Strong has been promoted!! Joining our M&E team as a Senior Resourcer Ben has shown that hard work, putting the hours in and knowledge of the sector is a great combination to success. Coming from an M&E engineering background and never doing recruitment before, Ben has impressed from day one. He is a fantastic member of the trades team and we look forward to continue to celebrate his successes. Congratulations on your promotion Ben!!
Sam Holden is continuing to impress by beating his own record set last month – most temps placed in a month. His work ethic and all-round great attitude is extremely impressive, he is a valued member of the team and month on month he is showing his true potential. Again, a massive pat on the back to Sam!!
Kathryn Nener is celebrating her 1st anniversary with Kingston Barnes Ltd. Kat is responsible for managing all aspects of the temp payroll process for Kingston Barnes, and after a really busy summer this has not been an easy task. She has taken it all in her stride however and is a valued member of the KB team.
The whole team is moving in to the last quarter of the year on a high. Let’s see what the next couple of months bring!!
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