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Sonya

Sonya

Signing up with Palmerston North Personnel was the best confidence boost ever for me. My first interview was with Cushla who made me feel at ease and she brought out the best qualities of my working life in me. The hardest thing for me is to talk about is "me", but Cushla made it easy for me to tell her my strengths and weaknesses and where did I see myself heading as far as my working career was concerned. After my initial meeting, it was about a week later that I received a call from Cushla regarding a temporary role in Feilding and from that point onward, everything starting moving forward. I did a 10 week assignment in Feilding. Once that came to an end, I received a call from Christine about a temporary role in Palmerston North. Talk about "hit the ground running" as this next assignment was just that. The Office Manager was sick the day that I went into this office however, I sat down at their reception desk and promptly started answering the telephones and entering data into their computer system. That assignment lasted for approximately 8 weeks to cover someone on sick leave. The day before I finished this assignment, I again received a call from Christine about another temporary position in Feilding and so the day after I finished the Palmerston North assignment and also after a 10 minute meeting with the owner of the business, I began my next Administration assignment which lasted for 3 months. Although I am moving into a new full-time position with Corrections, I have truly enjoyed my time being employed by Palmerston North Personnel and recommend them to anyone and everyone. Thanks for everything Cushla, Christine, Robyn and all of the team at Palmerston North Personnel. You guys rock!!!!!

Sonya
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