About Pursuit

Since 2002, Pursuit Resources Group has been providing an efficient and respected recruitment service throughout Essex and beyond. Our Managing Director, Lorraine Phair, first started the business in Chelmsford with a consultancy team of just 2. Since then, Lorraine has been instrumental in developing the company’s core values and growth.

We are committed to positioning Pursuit as one of the lead recruitment agencies within the East Anglia area. Our dedication in providing a personalised service to both our clients and candidates has been the driving force for Pursuit’s growth.

For over 10 years, Lorraine has been providing her clients with access to Employment Law Seminars. With guest speaker, Cas Carrington (KLC Employment Law Consultants LLP), these events are extremely popular with our clients. As the lead tutor for the law on tour workshops as well as a tutor on CIPD courses, our events provide out clients with a valuable opportunity to stay up-to-date with Employment Law.

For our candidates, we ensure we provide a proactive recruitment experience. From face to face interviews, to proactively working to place them with reputable business’ in Essex and beyond. We work with our candidates to offer advice and guidance through the whole recruitment process.

Meet Lorraine Phair, Pursuit’s Managing Director

Lorraine Phair MD

With over 30 years of experience in national recruitment, Lorraine brings unrivaled experience, expertise, and enthusiasm to the role of Managing Director.

Lorraine works hard with her team to ensure that they are in tune with her business ethos. The team therefore provides outstanding customer service based on quality, honesty and fairness. All staff members are encouraged to really get under the skin of the clients’ business. They also ensure they have a full understanding of the available role and its responsibilities.

Equally, Lorraine ensures candidates’ needs and desires are properly assessed and understood before suitable positions are sought. Lorraine remains hands-on for the full process of the recruitment journey, overseeing all successful ‘matches’ between companies and candidates.

Lorraine also gets involved with the local business community, and for 10 years was one of the judges for the Essex Business Excellence Awards.

How we do it

Our clients are very important to us, and we strive to work face-to-face with our hiring managers to ensure we have a thorough understanding of each role and are able to recognise the ideal candidate for them. Our uncompromising level of service is unparalleled, and we pride ourselves on our dedication.

Our candidates can expect regular updates and suggestions for roles that we think they would be suitable for, and our website stands as our main portal to make finding your ideal role a quick and simple process.

We believe that working closely with our candidates and clients makes us uniquely qualified to match the right person with the right role.

We are a Member of REC

As a REC member agency, we ensure that the whole recruiting process adheres to all legal requirements and best practice.

REC members must prove that they are fully compliant with the law and must abide by a Code of Professional Practice.

Review our Latest Blog Posts

Looking forward to our first in person Employment Law Seminar since pre-Covid!!

Lorraine Phair, Managing Director & Wendy Carpenter, Operations Manager are looking forward to our first Employment Law Seminar with Cas Carrington of KLC Employment Law since before lockdown!! To ensure that we are adhering to the Government…

FORSTATER APPEAL WAS HEARD AT THE EAT ON TUESDAY

Originally posted by Cas Carrington of KLC Employment Law It may be a long time before we get a judgment in the case of Forstater v CGD Europe & Ors but the EAT on Tuesday considered the appeal against the decision of the Employment…
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WE’RE ALL EQUAL, BUT SOME ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS

Originally posted by Cas Carrington of KLC Employment Law When the Government announced their decision not to re-open schools (not even junior schools) after the Christmas break, I was astounded that no discernable concern was raised at the…