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Complete People Solutions Is the Foremost Name for Fashion Jobs in Melbourne

09-24-2010 11:19 AM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: Complete People Solutions

Victoria, Australia, 23rd September 2010 – The employment market is tougher than ever right now, with more and more students finding that getting their ‘perfect’ job when they leave university isn’t as easy as they thought.

Finding Jobs in the fashion industry is no different, so it’s no surprise that a company like Complete People Solutions, who specialize in training and recruitment to the fashion, retail and other fashion related industries would be in such great demand. Complete People Solutions offers training at their facilities in Richmond and pride themselves on being open and honest with candidates, only submitting the best people for the particular role. The organization, through its website, offers immense help to job seekers as well as employers when it comes to fashion jobs in Melbourne.

Gillian Wooldridge, the founder and inspiration behind Complete People Solutions has over 15 years of experience in the fashion industry that will help you accomplish your fashion related aspirations. She takes pride in providing the hottest talents to employers that will exceed their expectations. Her experience in this area helps her candidates get first-hand knowledge of various industry benchmarks.

Complete People Solutions is essentially a one stop shop for anyone searching for that hard to find position within areas such as fashion stylists, fashion design jobs and other relevant fashion jobs. The dedicated, highly skilled and hard working team at Complete People Solutions have contacts within the Industry which are across the board and include buying, design and product development and are open and honest with the candidates, only putting forward the best individuals for a specific position.

Employers looking for the right person to fulfill a particular role can be assured that every candidate at Complete People Solutions first undergoes a personal face to face interview before being forwarded to them. Such is the quality and success of their placements and training programs that most of their new clients are referred by previous satisfied.

“We at Complete People Solutions offer recruitment service to the fashion, retail and fashion related industries, which is unmatched in this specific arena. We also provide a boutique, personalized service covering recruitment, strategic planning, executive search, appraisals, performance management and training.” Says Gillian Wooldridge, the Complete People Solutions spokesperson. For more information please visit:

Complete People Solutions provides training and recruitment in Design Fashion Jobs, Fashion Jobs, Fashion Retail Jobs, Fashion Design Jobs, Fashion Jobs Melbourne, Ladies Wear Jobs, Designers Dresses, Designers, Ladies Clothes, Clothing Designers.

Gillian Wooldridge
165 Cremorne Street
Richmond, Victoria, 3121
Telephone Number:- 03 9095 7500

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