National Business Women’s Day with Vicky Tate

National Business Women’s Day with Vicky Tate.

The business world is changing and there are more and more movements to recruit and place more women in senior positions with in organisations. 22ndSeptember 2018 is National Business Women’s day and to celebrate we caught up with Vicky Tate, our recruitment director for Hertfordshire and Middlesex for a chat on how she has grown with in Rayner Personnel.

Vicky joined the Rayner Personnel Family in November 2013 as a junior recruiter. Previously, she worked in a leisure centre selling memberships, and soon realised she loved working with people and thrived of a sales environment. Vicky was unsure what exactly she wanted to do in her career, but when the opportunity came around for her to give recruitment a go she took the chance.

National Business Women’s Day with Vicky Tate.

That chance paid off as 7 months later she gained her first promotion within the company and became a senior recruitment consultant and 2 years after that Vicky became a Licensee taking the plunge into self-employment.

Vicky later became the first, and still is, the only female franchisee in Rayner Personnel in December 2016. Nearly two years on, she now has two team members, Paddy and Ben, who assist her with managing all of the candidates and clients in the Hertfordshire and Middlesex area and has placed over 280 candidates.

Rayner Personnel has recently seen an increase in female recruiters with in our business and we are proud to be promoting gender diversity and to encourage more women to take on senior roles with in our business. If you think you could be our new family member we are currently looking for licensees to join our growing team! Contact us today on 0330 088 6666 or email talent@raynerpersonnel.comfor more information.

If you are looking for a role with in the Hertfordshire or Middlesex area then you can reach Vicky and her team on 0203 887 0736 or email Vicky on or send us a message

National Business Women’s Day with Vicky Tate.