This week’s appointments include: Airswift, Appoint Group, Haig & Co, Parity Consulting, Pedersen & Partners, Source Technology

• Global workforce solutions provider Airswift welcomes Meredith Morris as business development manager for global mobility. Based in Houston, Morris will focus on driving sales growth in North America.

• Hampshire-based multi-sector recruiter Appoint Group, focusing on healthcare and the built environment, welcomes Paul Booth as commercial director.

• Birmingham-based recruiter Haig & Co welcomes new partner Andrew Sparrow to head up its new cyber security and enterprise applications divisions.

Matthew Bayfield joins the senior management team of contract and permanent recruitment solutions provider Parity Consulting as managing director.

• International executive search firm Pedersen & Partners has appointed Alberto Bocchieri to lead its new global board services practice group. Madrid-based Bocchieri is partner and co-head of the group’s Iberia and Latin America division.

• Tech recruiter Source Technology welcomes three contract recruiters to its technical engineering division. German-speaker Michael Fehsenfeld moves from healthcare recruitment to cover the Swiss market as senior consultant. Principal consultants Kieren Kelly and Michael Roberts will focus on the Nordics, and UK and European markets respectively.

In addition, the firm’s cyber security division adds perm recruiter Darren Bean as principal consultant.

Marx takes over from Searle at Airswift

Janette Marx is to take over the reins from Peter Searle as group chief executive at Airswift.

20 June 2018


This week’s launches include: DSJ Global, Final Stage, Forum for In-house Recruitment Managers, Heidrick & Struggles, HRC Recruitment, Joss Search, Oliver James Associates, Rota

New to Market 18 June 2018

Europe boosts SThree group profit by 11%

SThree’s group gross profit (GP) has grown 11% on last year, buoyed by strong growth in Continental Europe.

15 June 2018

Supreme Court ruling upsets flexible working apple cart in landmark case

The rights of flexible workers have been thrown back into the spotlight in light of a plumber’s legal victory in a Supreme Court ruling today.

Legislation 13 June 2018