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60 Seconds with a Recruiter: Deb Buch

  • Why did you become a recruiter?

  • There was a few reasons that once put together made complete sense, I had been a recruiting manager in the pharmaceutical industry and found that despite giving a clear brief I hardly ever received candidates that matched this brief. Then when I took a redundancy from a major pharmaceutical company,

60 Seconds with a Recruiter: Karina Stafford

  •  Why did you become a recruiter?

    That’s a funny story. As a Sales Manager particularly, I hated recruiters – with a passion. They regularly called me when I didn’t have a job (to meet their activity KPIs) and when I did have a job, most of the time they ignored the brief I gave them and sent lots of CVs of candidates that didn’t fit the profile I was looking for.

60 Seconds with a Recruiter: Donna Walker

  •  Why did you become a recruiter?

To be honest, I kind of fell into recruitment but am very glad that I did! Having worked in the Pharmaceutical Industry and taken several years out of the industry to focus on my family, I was offered a role in Healthcare recruitment and quickly realised that it was the right place for me.