Robert Walters’ Managing Director Louise Campbell has been recognised for the second year in the Staffing Industry Analysts’ Global Power 100 Women in Staffing.
Louise has been listed in the top 100 women globally, and top 50 women in Europe. The list features top female business leaders within the recruitment industry who are advancing ‘staffing firms and by extension, the world of work’.
"Louise continues to manage Ireland’s market-leading recruitment business, and the success we are seeing in Ireland is due to the strength of her and her team."
We at Robert Walters are very proud to see Louise recognised and included in the Global 100 Powerful Women in Staffing list for a second consecutive year. We have no doubt she will continue to advance the business, and the recruitment industry, in the years to come.
Louise has worked for Robert Walters over 13 years, holding overall responsibility for the company’s Irish operations since she began. She assisted the company through the difficult financial crises, and her dedication to candidates and clients has led the business to successfully grow year-on-year. Along with her role as Managing Director, Louise is also the Director of European training for Robert Walters, and regularly advocates for career and professional development for all employees.
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