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Church Accrington, Lancashire, United Kingdom, 2009/12/17 - The Reach Global Group are recruiting in all of its divisions due to planned expansion for the new year. The company who operate various services, are recruiting at a time when many employers are making job cuts and workers fear for job security - RGG.co..
The Reach Global Group are gearing up for a busy 2010, by creating more jobs in all of its divisions. The Church based company will officially launch their UK search engine ‘Searchers’ in the new year, and need extra staff to cover business.
The company, who also own NetMovers; the UK’s leading commission free estate agent and Adrac, a professional online marketing company, will be recruiting for staff in IT, communications, sales, administration, as well as looking to recruit in senior management positions.
Company director Israr Sarwar, said: “It’s always exciting working within the group, however 2010 looks set to raise the bar. Recent acquisitions, new ventures and fourteen years of development are just some of the things we will be bringing to the market and our recruitment drive ensures we have the right people to support and direct the expansion.”
The company are hoping to tap into the skills pool of local people and understand that this opportunity of employment is vital, at a time when people are facing unemployment or fearing for their jobs. Unlike many employers in the area who are cutting jobs, the Reach Global Group are looking forward to being able to offer an opportunity of employment.
About the Reach Global Group
The Reach Global Group (rgg.co.uk) headquarters are based on a 2.6 acre site in East Lancashire which houses the technology needed to run Searchers, the UK’s largest locally hosted search engine. Recent acquisitions include: A communications company offering fixed line, mobile and internet connectivity. New ventures include: A social sports platform with major football, cricket, swimming and cycling support. Development projects include: Searchers and NetMovers roll out.