Latest new launches, openings or products within the recruitment industry, including: Antal International, Exello Law, IDEX Consulting, The Supply Register

• Global recruiter Antal International is to open a Hong Kong office, with Philip Hutchinson appointed as country general manager for Hong Kong.

The office will initially focus on banking, finance and technology roles.

• Law firm Exello Law has launched its 2017 recruitment campaign.

Based on feedback from the group’s 80 partners, this year’s campaign is themed on the key benefits the group’s lawyers enjoy of “freedom, flexibility and control” from smarter ways of working, giving them back the time to focus 100% on their clients’ needs without the burden of billable hours and office politics.

• Talent management consultancy IDEX Consulting is to open its first European office this September.

The firm says that this new office, located in the heart of Dublin, will serve many of its clients that are reviewing their trading platforms and considering establishing hubs in Dublin and elsewhere across Europe in order to continue trading with their European partners following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

• Online supply teachers portal The Supply Register has moved to a new headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent. Located less than a mile from Stoke’s central railway station, the HQ sits alongside existing operations in Skipton and London.

CONTRACTS: 23-27 JULY 2018

This week’s contracts and deals include: Adecco, Eyears

Contracts 25 July 2018


This week’s contracts and deals include: Arch Apprentices, Hays, IPSE, Route1 International, Staffline, TeacherActive, Tile Hill Interim Management

Contracts 17 July 2018

Recruiters among over 200 employers named for not paying NMW

Six recruiters appear in the government’s latest list of employers found to have underpaid National Living and National Minimum Wage.

Legislation 9 July 2018

Half of employers worry whether candidate supply is sufficient

Half of UK employers harbour concerns over the sufficient availability of permanent candidates despite improved confidence in the UK economy this month.

20 June 2018