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Recruitment firm Workforce announces management promotions…

Submitted by on December 4, 2019 – 6:30 am |


Lucy Cotterill, Inna Shipley and Lina NareikieneRecruitment firm Workforce announces management promotions
In a run of senior promotions, a Worcestershire recruitment firm has unveiled a new
team of managers within its three branches in the county.

Workforce Staffing, which recently announced plans for an investment in digital
recruitment technology, has revealed the three people who will lead the teams
working across its branches in Kidderminster, Worcester and

Lucy Cotterill will lead the recruitment and training services provided at Workforce’s
branch in Worcester’s Foregate Street, as well as the firm’s new interview and
selection recruitment centre in neighbouring Kidderminster.

Lucy has been with Workforce since August 2014, working as a logistics recruitment
consultant before rising to senior account manager, deputy branch manager, and
then Kidderminster branch manager. She now takes on responsibility for both
Kidderminster and Worcester.

Lina Nareikiene has been promoted from divisional manager to Workforce’s Redditch
branch manager, overseeing the company’s busy Church Street site. She has been
with the company for six years, rising from a trainee recruitment consultant, through
to senior account manager and holding a divisional recruitment role.

Completing the firm’s trio of appointments in the county is Inna Shipley, who has
returned from maternity leave to become operations manager, overseeing all daily
branch operations. Inna has been with Workforce since 2011, starting as a front of
house resourcer. She has gone on to hold various roles including payroll co-
ordinator, account manager and branch manager.

Workforce director of compliance, quality and training Trudy Harding said: “We have
realigned our management team operationally, but also by placing a branch manager
in to every centre that will be accountable for delivering on both our promises to our
customers and ensuring our standards are exceptionally high.

“Being able to promote from within the firm shows the talent we have and I want to
congratulate every one of them and wish them all the success in the future.”

Readers can visit weareworkforce.co.uk for more information.


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