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National Recruitment and Business Services Group, HR GO plc, is delighted to announce the appointment of Craig Vidler as Non Executive Director from 1st January 2009.
As a member of HR GOs Board of Directors, Craigs responsibilities are to constructively challenge business operations and strategically contribute to the Groups development. Aiding in the performance of goals, setting objectives and business planning, Craig will provide independent views whilst monitoring and examining the executive Group activity.
HR GOs head office is based in Ashford, Kent where Craig will be attending monthly Group Operational Board meetings.
Craig comments My new role will be both exciting and challenging in the current volatile economic climate. I look forward to enhancing HR GOs profitability and business offer, to drive the company forward.
Craig currently runs an organisation called Prima Principia Ltd who specialise in the search and selection of top end personnel for the retail industry. In addition to this, Craig was also involved in a charity called Retail Trust for over 25 years, 14 of those years as a Director and Trustee.
Craig replaces Chris Harvey, former Non Executive Director for the Group since 2006, who now encompasses a new role within HR GO as Group Commercial Director. Chris new role will be to implement strategies which meet the Groups objectives, manage the operating activities of the Group as a whole, and ensure that each of the Groups companies maximises its profit potential to enhance the ongoing Joint Venture programme.
Jack Parkinson, chairman of HR GO plc said With over 38 years experience in the executive recruitment, Craig Vidler is a vital new member of the board, providing independent advice and an objective view to improve the Groups performance.
Having previously contributed to the implementation of many successful Joint Venture partnerships, Chris Harveys new position will enable him to play a wider role in the strategic direction of the company.


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