UK recruiting manager explains why he’s leaving his job

U.K. recruiting manager Stuart Gollings has decided to leave his job, the company announced.

Gollings told Business Insider he will leave the company he founded in 2012, but his role at the firm will remain unchanged.

In an email, Golling wrote, “The company is doing an outstanding job at recruiting talent in a global environment.

We will be missed.”

He said he is currently in talks with the company’s executive team and he plans to speak to other recruits at a later date.

“I am proud of the work we have done at the company over the last four years, and will always have a special place in my heart for recruiting staff and the people we have helped in our time at the office,” Golls said.

Golls, an Englishman with a degree in psychology and a doctorate in economics, was hired as a recruitment manager in 2012 and quickly became one of the company s biggest and best-known names in the sport.

His work has won him a number of awards, including being named in the U.S. Sportsman of the Year in 2017 and 2017 Best Company in Sportsman category.

“Our success is the result of a team of talented people who work tirelessly, consistently and with great passion,” Golls said.

“As the leader of recruitment and recruiting talent, I am truly grateful for the great job that my colleagues and I have done in recruiting talented people to our company.”

Golling, whose other responsibilities include recruiting talent to U.k. colleges, said that, while he will miss working with his former team, he will continue to work on behalf of the business.

“Over the years, I have always felt a special bond with the staff of the University of Leicester.

My time at UofL was a great experience and I will always be thankful for that.

The team at U of L will never be forgotten,” he said.

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