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Rebecca Henderson

Rebecca Henderson, Payroll and Compliance Officer, CharlesHunter
Payroll and Compliance Officer
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My Bio

I have joined the Temporary Social Care Division supporting them with payroll and Compliance.

Background Story
My work life started after graduating University in 2016. Up until then, my main work experience had been within the service industry, ranging from retail to bar staff and waitressing. Straight after Uni I found myself falling into a career within recruitment, and jobs in customer service had taught me a lot of transferable skills, that I could bring with me into the recruitment world.

Biggest Achievement
The last agency I was working for I was asked to maintain the busiest desk in the company. This was my first year of Recruitment and I had to manage my own desk. In my opinion I did a really good job in keeping the profit of the desk consistent and well-managed.

Why Charles Hunter Associates?
I ended up joining the company off the back of a referral from my friend who had recently started with Charles Hunter. She spoke so highly of the company and managed to get me lined up for an interview. I came into the office and I noticed just how welcoming and friendly everyone was, from that moment on I was keen to move further with my application as I could see that this agency really stood out from the crowd. 

How would your team best describe you in three words?
Motivated, Organised, Caring. 


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