A CARING business is defying the recession and creating jobs.
Home care company Home Instead plans to expand its business and create 60 care jobs in 2010.
The Dunkirk office, which covers Ellesmere Port, Chester and surrounding areas, is managed by Chris and Sue Broadbent and has been open for four years.
The office has already taken on 40 employees this year and is looking for local carers or those interested in getting involved in the sector, to help look after its growing number of clients.
Chris said: “In the current economic climate we are delighted to be able to be in a position to not only be recruiting but also in the near future to be moving to more spacious offices.
“We ensure all our care givers are provided with continuous support and training, we take time to invest in our people and our new office will provide more space for training.
“We have just held our long service awards and presented Linda Parker along with other caregivers with a certificate and Marks & Spencer vouchers to mark the occasion.”
For more information on the Home Instead Senior Care service, call 01244 851744 or visit www.homeinstead.co.uk.