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Pharma Recruitment Agency 20:20 Selection Celebrates 10 Successful Years

Pharma Recruitment Agency 20:20 Selection Celebrates 10 Successful Years

Specialist pharma recruitment company 20:20 Selection Ltd has reached the ten year milestone, celebrating in style by delivering significant growth for the latest financial year. This is a particularly impressive result in light of resizing activities of many pharmaceutical and healthcare companies.

Over the years, the core team of Karen Forshaw (MD), Celia Gaskell, Sam Harrison, David Bayliss, Chris Bamber (Recruitment Consultants) and Gillian Chatfield (Administrator), have successfully placed almost 1000 candidates into positions throughout the UK and Ireland.

20:20 selection are unique as pharma recruitment companies go, with a number of the team having held various medical sales jobs, from medical sales representatives to regional business managers..

Karen attributes the continued growth to the teams’ expert understanding, knowledge and hands-on experience of the marketplace and passion to attract and then select the very best candidates to work with. She says "Unlike many other recruitment agencies, we sees ourselves as an extension of our client's HR department, so when we place a candidate into a job we want that person to be retained and grow with that business.”

“We all know that recruitment is highly competitive, especially amongst pharma recruitment agencies however we have grown our business organically by taking an ethical approach and only matching up the right person with the right job, when they are professionally ready for it. We have found that this highly selective approach leads to superior retention rates, and therefore greater candidate and client satisfaction levels. The 20:20 approach means that the two parties are not introduced to one another unless we know there will be a match of experience, talent, personalities, and company culture and core values."

“Our slogan 'Perfect Vision, Not Hindsight' holds as true today, as 2002.”

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