Meridian Celebrates Record Year with New Board Appointments
Altrincham-based recruitment specialist, Meridian Business Support, has appointed three new members to the board of directors. Tina Cork, operations director, health business unit; Richard Ewing, operations director, construction business unit; and Andrew Pettingill, managing director, office & professional and industrial business unit, all join the board with immediate effect.
Mark Mitchell, chief executive, says: “We are excited about the appointments to the board of these outstanding team members. The increase of the board from four members to seven is a crucial step toward delivering on the objectives outlined in our Vision 20|20 strategy. Tina, Richard and Andrew were instrumental in the successes of the business in 2014, as part of the Meridian Senior Leadership Team, and their new roles will give them greater scope to continue to drive the business forward.”
The appointments come on the back of a successful trading year, in which the company achieved continued growth. Vision 20|20 aims to deliver sustainable growth, under-pinned by an ambitious and purpose-driven business model. Customers have responded positively to Vision 20|20, as satisfaction with Meridian’s services has registered an increase. This was only achieved with the commitment of the Meridian team, which worked tirelessly to deliver on the challenges set by the strategy.
Further evidence of Meridian’s commitment to investing in its staff is its annual conference taking place on February 7th. The conference focuses on ongoing improvement to services, for clients and candidates, and has a proven track record of energising and motivating the Meridian teams.
Meridian is one of the largest privately owned recruitment specialists in the UK, with 60 branch operations and turnover of £117 million. The firm recently celebrated its 25th anniversary and has been awarded accreditation by Best Companies for providing a great place to work.
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