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The team at recruitment firm Konnekt has bid farewell to its long-standing HR Manager, Laura Zahra, who has been a part of the company for nine years.

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Describing the day as “bittersweet”, the company shared its appreciation for their outgoing colleague, saying “we have been very fortunate to have had her on our team, helping us achieve milestones and making us a better organisation.”

“She has been an inspiration to us, leading by example and always committed to our mission of doing what is right,” Konnekt added, while wishing Ms Zahra success in her future endeavours.

Meanwhile, Jonathan Camilleri will be taking on the role of HR Manager at Konnekt. Joining the company in 2019 as a recruitment specialist, Mr Camilleri was appointed Head of Training and Development last January, making this his third appointment with the recruitment company.

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