Agency aims to create 600 jobs in 100 days

ACHIEVING 600 jobs in the West Midlands in 100 days is the aim of a new campaign - 'Jobs for a Better Community' launched by employment agency Sarina Russo Job Access.

"The campaign's aim is to engage the local business community and encourage them to give a local a job," Sarina Russo Job Access CEO Mark Berlese said.

He said the agency was looking to drive local jobs for the benefit of the community.

"Employers are extraordinary and play such an important role in the fabric of our community.  Employers inspire, educate, enlighten and provide a better future for so many locals.  Employers created memories, confidence, mateship, careers and so much more.

"If you're an employer needing staff, or if you know of an employer who needs staff, Sarina Russo Job Access has thousands of locals ready to work straight away," Mr Berlese said.

"Sarina Russo has many people on the books who have been made redundant who are skilled and want to get back to work as soon as possible," he said.

"We want to link job seekers with businesses and relevant industries so they get back to work and help businesses grow, which benefits the whole community.

"Over the coming weeks Sarina Russo Job Access will keep the community informed of the progress of our 600 jobs in 100 days goal, Mr Berlese said.