NI staffing solutions firm Whytematter appoints Nadine Savage as partner

  • Local HR specialists, Whytematter staffing solutions have announced that Nadine Savage will join the team as partner, heading up the fintech and accountancy division of the business.

    Nadine has a wealth of experience in the Northern Ireland recruitment scene, having strong connections from working with many of the country’s top global finance firms.

    Founders of Whytematter, Kirsty McDowell and Mairead Moore said: “We are very excited about Nadine joining our team. Our values and ethos align well together and her skillset fills a gap we see for our fintech clients.

    “We have been very fortunate during this period of uncertainty that we have experienced a lot of growth due to the industries and organisations we work alongside. The pandemic has brought into focus what we have been promoting since the launch of Whytematter around flexible working practices and supporting staffing wellbeing to aid retention.”

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    Earlier this year saw the launch of Whytematter’s Covid-19 KITE support app. It was originally developed as ‘KITE for Mums’ by Mairead’s long-term friend in New Zealand, Hannah Hardy Jones, who designed it as a wellbeing app for new mothers.

    Whytematter then became heavily involved with the app's business adaptation, to help workplaces support staff wellbeing and mindfulness.

    It is £4.99 per person for a year’s subscription, and it is available for both individuals and businesses to purchase or give as a gift.

    Mairead added that the app’s Covid-19 version “has had great global uptake” and continued: “We have been busy on the consultancy side working with companies to restructure teams, as well as supporting onboarding of new staff and ensuring staff are coping well with their new home working environments - not least the ongoing recruitment needs within our specialisms.”

    Mairead concluded: “One of the biggest differentiating factors of Whytematter is that we don’t want our clients to be recruiting and replacing people. We work with our key clients to ensure they are retaining their people and the talent we have helped them find. We want to see our clients grow and [we want to] grow with them.  We love to see our candidates develop and add value in their teams and move up the ranks.”

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