CONTRACTS & DEALS: 28 AUGUST – 1 SEPTEMBER 2017

This week's contracts and deals, including: PMP 

PMP, part of Cordant Group, has been awarded a five-year contract to provide integrated managed services for Ideal Shopping Direct across the multi-channel retailer’s two sites in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.

The deal will see the logistics, industrial, warehouse, manufacturing and food processing staffing specialist delivering a range of security, cleaning, waste management, catering and reception services at Ideal Shopping Direct’s premises in Newark Road, which includes a contact centre, offices and a fulfilment centre, as well as at its premises in Sabre Way.

The firm will also provide on-site technical services, with staff constructing different sets in the retailer’s production studio ahead of filming in Newark Road, delivering traditional maintenance services across both sites and providing temporary labour as required, and supporting the retailer’s fulfilment and warehouse operations during peak business times.

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CONTRACTS AND DEALS: 18-22 SEPTEMBER 2017

This week’s contracts and deals include: Embridge Consulting, FCSA, Hireserve, Mercer, Sigmar Recruitment, Swarovski, Technojobs, The Curve Group, Workday

Contracts 18 September 2017

NEW TO THE MARKET: 11-15 SEPTEMBER 2017

Latest new launches, openings or products within the recruitment industry, including: BlueFinity, cut-e, Elitegroup, FleishmanHillard Fishburn, Monster, NC Associates, PAPA, S2recruitment.co.uk, Supertemps

New to Market 11 September 2017

Legoland gives six-year-old work placement following application

A six-year-old boy’s application to work as a model builder at Legoland Windsor has resulted in a day’s work placement with the theme park’s model makers.

Lighter Side 4 September 2017

Best Connection Group refutes reports it appealed against underpayment obligation

The Best Connection Group has refuted reports it appealed against a fine for the underpayment of workers it supplied to sports retailer’s Sports Direct’s Shirebrook site. The company's appeal was actually against multiple penalties meted out by HM Revenue & Customs for failing to pay the national minimum wage, and not the fine itself, the company has said.

1 September 2017
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