Yes, time flies, and it has been fun, with plenty of hard work along the way too! Now, as we reflect on a decade in business, The Pond is proud to commemorate 10 years getting better: better candidates, better processes, better industry standards, and better results for our clients.
So to celebrate, we’re offering you an even better deal.
In appreciation of 10 years valued support, we’re presenting our Gold Clients with a special 10% recruitment fee, reduced from 15%, on all full-time roles.
This offer is live until the end of the financial year, 31 March 2017 and includes The Pond’s 4-week recruitment process, from in-person client brief to signed contract. Please note: a successful candidate’s start date must be prior to 1st May 2017, and the offer does not apply to contracts for periods under 6 months.
As always, our team thoroughly search, vet and match the best candidates for your perusal,
to guarantee you find the quality skills and passionate personality you need.
To make sure your next placement is a ten out of ten, get in touch with your Pond talent agent today.
The Pond Agent Team
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