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GRS Global Appoints Hayley Buckle as Director of Recruitment

GRS Global Appoints Hayley Buckle as Director of Recruitment

GRS Global Recruitment Solutions has announced the appointment of Hayley Buckle as Director of Recruitments for Cyprus and Malta, according to Leap Rate.

Buckle joined GRS as a Senior Business Manager upon her arrival in Cyprus in 2011, following a successful career with Adecco Group in the UK. 

“Hayley has been a vital member at GRS for almost a decade and we have come to depend on her exceptional resourcing skills at the company just as much as our clients have come to depend on her for their careers” said GRS Co-founder and Director Steve Slocombe.

“Appointing Hayley as the Director of Recruitments was a natural progression and we are fully confident in our decision which will allow us to move strongly into the future.”

GRS which was established in 2005 is the number one recruitment agency in Cyprus and has built a database of over 40,000 candidates of all levels including COOs, CFOs and Executive Directors.

“GRS is a wonderful challenge that I’ve enjoyed taking on for seven years and counting.Through GRS I have had the chance to personally help hundreds of candidates find their career path and watched some of them grow from fresh graduates to heading their own departments. So, on a professional and personal level I am dedicated to helping GRS change people’s lives for many years to come and I can do so even more efficiently as Director of Recruitment” Hayley commented about her new appointment.


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