Nottingham recruitment specialists Staffline have revealed that non executive director Andy Hogarth will step down in order to pursue other business interests.
Hogarth initially joined the group as finance director in 2002, becoming managing director in 2003.
He held the position of chief executive officer from December 2004 until January 2018, helping the business grow from a turnover of £40m to nearly £1bn in 2017, with underlying operating profits growing from £2m to over £39m during the same period.
Staffline chief executive officer Chris Pullen said: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank Andy for his valuable contribution in driving the Group’s significant growth over the past fourteen years.
“On a personal note, I am very grateful for the support and guidance given to me by Andy following my appointment as chief executive officer in January 2018. On behalf of the board, I wish Andy all the best for the future.”