As well as caring about good recruitment, we also care about acting with social responsibility. This means building long term relationships; promoting employee well-being; getting involved in our local community and reducing our environmental impact.
Think back to when you were a child, do you remember what you wanted to be when you grew up? Our unique competition challenges local pupils to convey their career dreams through art. Their hopes for the future and creativity will inspire and delight you.
- The project is sustainable and has a healthy impact upon the business
- We can make a real difference, an impact to a specific individual / group / community
- The impact be lasting or long term
- Skills are enhanced which get people into work
- The project engages our employees and supports employee development
Charlie House is a locally based children’s charity which engages in activities and projects to support children with complex disabilities and life limiting conditions. The charity aims to build a much needed respite and care facility for this group of children and their families. The specialist care centre would facilitate:
Karen Molloy is an ambassador for Charlie House and welcomes any enquiries relating to this charity and how you can support its capital appeal.
Judith Thorpe actively supports The Sandpiper Trust which works to help save lives in Scotland by improving immediate care, especially in the remote and rural areas, through the provision of standardised medical equipment, known as Sandpiper Bags. These life-saving bags are used by specially trained GPs, community nurses, paramedics and A & E Consultants, all of whom operate on a voluntary basis.
Led by our recruitment consultants in your school these interactive workshops are designed to help pupils identify all their skills and achievements; prepare a really stand out CV and sell themselves at interview.
Entering the world of work can seem daunting, but through these workshops, run by our experienced recruitment consultants, pupils often begin to realise the skills they have and learn what they should be including in their CV, such as part-time work experience or extra-curricular school activities.
If your school is interested to find out more please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business for Good. Thorpe Molloy Recruitment purchases office supplies from WildHearts in Action. Every penny of profit from our WildHearts Office Supplies goes to help the poor throughout the world.
It’s something we all take for granted – fresh drinking water. But it’s vital for working at your best (which is what our team does) and through our relationship with AquAid we annually donate to The Africa Trust for every AquAid water cooler we use in the office.
We share advice and top tips to school and university leavers on how to manage the job application process with confidence.
Team Away Day working on Easter Anguston Farm.
How many miles can you run in a year? Charlie House has set the target at 1,000. We think we can do!
Karen gets on her bike, pedaling across Brazil in aid of Women v Cancer.
Collaborated with CLAN Cancer Support in their search for Ambassadors and Board Members.
Friendly Footie in aid of Aaron Williams Tournament.
We tried to tame the Beast of Banchory for Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland.
We got on our bikes and cycled Ride The North for Sandpiper Trust, raising £20,000 along the way.
Feeling on top of the world we took on a big challenge for the Maggie’s centre in Aberdeen.
Cassie made all the right moves as she jived the night away for Aberlour Childcare Trust.
With your help we raised over £15,000 for Dreams Come True.
Although 700 holes of golf were played we lost count of the number of shots taken for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres!
The little monsters in our team faced the 30 mile cycle and 43 mile hike for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres.