This week’s new product, offices and offerings include: Franklin Fitch, Infused Learning

• Networking, systems infrastructure and security recruiter Franklin Fitch has launched a new UK contract team. The team is led by contract practice manager Simon Nicholls and supported by new graduate recruitment consultants Chris Mckenzie and Mahsam Khan.

• Nottingham social enterprise Infused Learning has launched a pilot scheme, funded by the National Lottery, offering free courses to help unemployed local residents access qualifications to get them back into work. The organisation is offering free qualifications for Bulwell residents.

Infused Learning co-founder Natalie Sharpe explains: “In Bulwell [North-West of Nottingham], 37.4% of residents have no formal qualifications – this is against a backdrop of 22% across England. In one of the area’s main academies, 107 out of 166 learners at the end of key stage four were deemed disadvantaged.”

Baltimore Consulting leaves Opus as Kenny heads MBO

Public and third sector recruiter Baltimore Consulting, part of the Opus Talent Solutions Group, has just completed a management buyout for £1.4m.

Contracts 22 May 2018

Recruiter’s charity ASTRiiD features on BBC Breakfast news

The work of Recruiter’s charity of the year ASTRiiD was featured on BBC Breakfast this morning, highlighting one of the first candidates placed by the charity, which helps people with long-term health problems into work.

People 10 May 2018

Recruiter’s charity ASTRiiD calls on recruiters to lend a hand

Recruiters have been urged to offer their expert insight to Recruiter’s charity of the year to help more people with long-term health problems into work.

8 May 2018

ASTRiiD wins Recruiter’s Charity of the Year race

ASTRiiD has won the race to be Recruiter’s Charity of the Year.

13 April 2018