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A juicy bonus for staff as CitrusHR Consulting celebrates 10th birthday

CitrusHR Consulting are celebrating a decade in business in November and have marked the occasion by rewarding their staff with an away day to thank them for all their hard work.

The firm, which offers HR support services to companies in Gloucestershire, Bristol, Bath, Swindon and Surrey, was founded by university friends Kirsty Senior and Georgina Read in 2008.

The pair found themselves frustrated with the corporate world and decided to go into business together - albeit in the wake of the credit crunch and financial crash of the late 2000s.

Since then, CitrusHR Consulting, formerly named Reabur have gone from strength to strength year-on-year providing pragmatic HR support and advice to SMEs across the UK.

Sevices include HR reviews and HR support as well as staff performance and training, operated by a team of six staff and an additional two team members who are licensees to the business.

The two founders have also joined forces with David Lester to form HR software firm and sister company CitrusHR, providing the HR knowledge to fuel software that is fast becoming a market leader.

Georgina Read said: To celebrate our 10th year in business we have decided to take our team to Cheltenham for a day of pampering, good food and a night away, as a gesture of our thanks.

"Without our team we wouldn't have achieved all that we have to date."

For more information about CitrusHR Consulting visit their website www.citrushrconsulting.com, tweet @citrusHRconsult or look them up on Facebook @citrushrconsulting 

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