CHRISBEON CREATE THREE NEW JOBS – TWO UNDER GOVERNMENT SCHEME

CHRISBEON CREATE THREE NEW JOBS – TWO UNDER GOVERNMENT SCHEME
A leading Shropshire supplier of office furniture and stationery has recruited two men under the age of 24 through the government’s wage incentive scheme.
And Telford-based Chrisbeon Office Supplies has also engaged a third new employee for their Shrewsbury-based home and office furniture showroom.
The two new men in Telford are Stefan Lee, 21, of Shifnal, who is employed in a sales and administration role, and 23 year old Matthew Dodd, of Dawley, who is a warehouse and delivery assistant.
The third newcomer is Ceri Watkin, of Oswestry, who is in furniture sales at Chrisbeon’s concessionaire in the Alan Ward store, Harlescott, Shrewsbury.
Said Chrisbeon partner Richard Hughes:  “The two we have taken on under the government scheme, which is for under 24’s, fit the age profile of people we were seeking to recruit.
“We wanted two younger people from on our doorstep and both were out of work so looking for employment.  We are pleasantly surprised how good they are.

“The recruitment is due to continued expansion and now that our Shrewsbury business, which opened last November, is established, it is good that we have been able to take Ceri on as well,” he added.