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TaylorCare leading by example

December 11, 2017

 

WHEN Kate Taylor opened her own specialist recruitment agency more than four years ago she was quite clear about the culture she wanted to create and determined the maxim for her company would be the old adage – be the change you want to see in the world.

 

So Kate did what any new business would and then some. She investigated and researched how to build the company she wanted where the focus would be on valuing each member of staff and supporting candidates and employers in finding the right match.

 

She also made what many would consider to be a courageous decision for a new business – dedicating 5% of annual turnover to support local charities.

 

For Kate though, there was nothing bold about it; it was simply in line with her own beliefs and ethos about giving back. After all, her business TaylorCare Recruitment specialises in recruiting staff for the health care and social care sectors.

 

“When I started to dream about the business I wanted to create, I knew I wanted it be about respect and value but I also wanted to create a culture of giving back to those in need because I am passionate about supporting charities through my business in any way I can,” Kate said.

 

“So we are not just recruiting for organisations which are helping vulnerable people but we also go the next step and give back by supporting four charities through the business.”

 

TaylorCare supports four key charities, which include:

  • R U OK? is an initiative to raise awareness about suicide and ways to support those who are experiencin