JOBS: Local recruitment specialists spearhead training initiatives; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE.
The company has enjoyed spectacular growth since then with record sales approaching pounds 1.5 million in their second year of trading.
The company was originally formed to provide recruitment solutions for companies in the distribution and manufacturing sectors but demand for training services has increased since the beginning of the year.
To improve the skills base of their own workforce, Synergy opens an online resource centre next month.
This service for job seekers is designed to improve IT literacy and enable applicants without access to a PC at home to utilise the Internet in their search for work.
Candidates applying for one of the many office, warehousing or manufacturing vacancies at Synergy will be offered a free IT skills assessment.
This will enable tailored training plans to be drafted for staff which will in turn increase their skills base.
Managing director Mark Goggins said: "Latest government initiatives recognise the current skills gap facing employers.
"This service to our staff will greatly improve productivity for our clients by developing workforce skills.
"This new policy supports the training of low skilled workers and our clients will quickly benefit from this new programme.
"Having a more highly skilled workforce allows firms to respond more quickly to economic change. For individuals, higher skills mean less time spent in unemployment, more adaptability to new opportunities and changes and higher wages.
Synergy is currently seeking staff in a range of employment sectors including customer service staff, administration staff, warehouse operatives and production operatives. An excellent benefits package is available to candidates.
Job seekers who are interested in improving their skills and potential employers, should contact Synergy on (024) 7664 3344 or call in to 9-11 Church Way, Bedworth.
ABOVE: For information on the training initiatives, call in to Synergy's premises in Church Walk, Bedworth.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Apr 25, 2002|
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