"Angela is a pleasure to work with and professional in the approach she uses to source the best candidates for Morrisons Pharmacy. She has presented me with some good candidates for some of our more 'difficult to fill' positions and has added value by looking outside the box and making recommendations specific to the vacancy in question when referring candidates to me, and shown knowledge of the market in so doing. I would have no hesitation in recommending her."
Lucy - Pharmacy Resourcer
"I have used PPRUK for the past two to three months and they have been very successful at locating locum optometrists at a very short notice.
My direct contact has been a Ms Anu Jalaf who has conducted herself in a very professional and pleasant manner, I especially like the fact that she has been very in tune with our specific requirements for our practise and has managed to find like minded professional optometrist who we would use again.
I would definitely recommend PPRUK and especially Anu to any organisation looking for a locum as she is passionate about her job and does it with great pride."
Sandeep - Resident Optometrist
A huge thank you to Lea Anne Barnes, for all her hard work and support during the recruitment process. She has been brilliant, keeping me updated, informing me constantly of any news and being very understanding. I was looking for a part-time position and she took on board all of the information that I gave her, was very honest and helpful.
The experience that I have had with PPRUK through Lea Anne has been excellent, and I would recommend PPRUK to any colleagues looking for a job in the health Sector. Lea Anne took all of the stress out of looking for a job and was constantly available, I would definitely use PPRUK in the future, and would also recommend Lea Anne, for her dedication and professionalism.
Zoe - Hearing Aid Dispenser
DEAF WOMAN AND HER HEARING DOG WIN NATIONAL RECOGNITIONDeaf woman and her hearing dog win national recognition
A WOMAN whose life was transformed by her hearing dog has been recognised for the strong bond she shares with her pet.
Catriona Souter from Hove and her poodle Nova were named partnership of the month by Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
Ms Souter, 35, was 12 years old when she fell off a swing and was knocked unconscious.
The trauma triggered her initial deafness and then three years later she lost more of her hearing due to an infection.
As a result, Ms Souter can no longer hear in her left ear at all, and has to use a hearing aid in the other.
She said: “Growing up, I worried that one day I would completely lose all of my hearing forever.
“I've had tinnitus since I was 15. It’s hard enough being deaf, let alone to have sounds drowned out by my tinnitus. It makes it so much worse.
“I struggled being part of a social group as I can’t hear what is being said.
“I felt so lonely and isolated all the time. I was constantly being left in limbo – as I didn’t fit into either the hearing or the deaf world.”
In March 2016 Ms Souter’s life started to turn around when the hearing dogs charity matched her with Nova.