Stephen McNulty, Partner, DMN Accountants

“I recently used Webrecruit Ireland to recruit a new staff member. I was particularly pleased in my dealings with the company. They communicated with me in detail before placing any recruitment notice. They took the time to explain the way the system worked and more importantly they took the time to understand what our requirements were. They allow their customers to compose the details of the position but are very willing to assist with suggested changes to wording etc. The first attempt to recruit a suitable person did not work out, mainly because the replies were limited. True to their word however, Webrecruit Ireland ran the campaign a second time and there was no additional charge. Although they were not receiving any payment for the second campaign, they were again most helpful in suggesting changes to the outline of the position. All in all, I would highly recommend Webrecruit Ireland, both for the product that they offer and for their professional approach.”

Stephen McNulty, Partner, DMN Accountants



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