The YW Sussex Nursing Team go on tour with the Seagulls
20th Apr, 2015
We make seeing and talking to our clients and candidates a priority at Your World. Building amicable relationships with our contacts is a personal touch that has been a part of the ethics within our company since our founding a decade ago.
On Thursday 16th April, members of our Nursing team took time out of their busy schedule to visit some of our clients down in Sussex. Judging by the pictures it would seem like a fun day out, but work was the key agenda, honest!
Visits to Eastbourne and Brighton gave our guys the opportunity to run through a list of tasks, such as sales training, some much wanted meetings with clients, and a bit of team bonding too.
The team would like to say a big thank you to everyone for their hospitality and look forward to visiting again in the near future to see how we can further assist your staffing requirements.
If you'd like to get in touch with the team, please email [email protected] or call 020 7220 0811
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