Saturday, November 27, 2021

MD buys out recruitment business

Castle Employment has announced that current MD, Kerry Hope, will buy out the business from long-standing director and owner Suzanne Burnett.

Kerry will become the company’s fourth female owner in the 55-year history of Castle Employment Group. Suzanne is retiring from the business, having taken control of Castle in 1997.

“At the time we had two staff and an office in York Place. Now we’ve 40 staff, two offices in Scarborough, other offices in York and Hull, and several members of the team working remotely,” she said.

Suzanne added: “I hope I’ve played my part in promoting the interests of Scarborough and the wider regional business community. Castle will continue to grow, investing in people and the latest technology to ensure first-class recruitment service for businesses across Yorkshire. As the UK economy gradually recovers from the pandemic, you can be confident the Castle team will be there to support businesses as it always has.”

”These are exciting and challenging times for the recruitment industry,” said Kerry. “We’re determined the take the opportunity with both hands and write the next chapter in Castle’s story.”

She added: “I and the whole team want to thank Suzanne for her incredible stewardship and support over the past 24 years. She is part of the Castle family and we all wish her the best in her exciting new chapter.”

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