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“From there I went on to become Account


Manager, and then moved up again to Regional Manager in February this year. It’s been a time when I have had to prove myself all over again, but it has paid off , and ACS Recruitment’s ethos is that if someone shows that they’re capable, they are always looking to push them and support people to go further.”


As concerns about coronavirus grew in early


2020, Will Beesley found himself out of work when a sports camp for children in Europe where he was due to work all summer was suddenly cancelled. “I didn’t have a clue what I was going to do,”


said Will, “so I just took a temp job to tide me over until I found something. I was working as a picker when I was asked to be a Supertemp. I was on the early shift, so I was often there before the account manager was in, and I’d be making sure everyone had turned up and were ready to get started. “It gave me confi dence and showed me that it is


possible to change, by working hard and pushing yourself to another level. I became an Account Manager earlier this year. ACS Recruitment picked me up when I hadn’t a clue what I was going to do with myself and have given me the opportunity to do something I never thought I would.” In a similar situation was Alex Munden who


started as a temp after losing his job at the start of lockdown. After being asked to take on a Supertemp role, he was promoted to Account Manager earlier this year. He said: “I would never have applied for anything


like an account manager job, I didn’t think I had it in me. T e way this has worked out is fantastic, and I am grateful to ACS Recruitment because I think they saw something in me that I would never have seen in myself.” Gary Clayton is now Regional Manager for


ACS Recruitment on-site partnerships in East Northamptonshire and Peterborough. He started


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work as a temp after being made redundant from his role as a salesman at a motor dealership when the fi rst lockdown was imposed. “I’d been there less than two years, so I lost my job,” he explained. “I


just got on with it and took any work I could and ended up picking and packing. I thought I would be there for four or fi ve weeks until I found something else, but they saw that I had the skills and experience, and they gave me the opportunity to do more. I was 50 when I was made redundant, and that doesn’t help when you’re applying for jobs, but ACS Recruitment didn’t care about that. And, I have to say, I’ve met some of the most fantastic people doing this job.”


To fi nd out more about ACS Recruitment, call 01604 704058 or visit www.acsrecruitment.co.uk


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