This week’s contracts and deals include: CSG, Job Matrix, Key, NPAworldwide, REC, Recruitive

• International recruiter CSG has acquired contract recruitment business Contract UK Staffing Solutions.

As part of the deal, CUKSS has rebranded to CRE: Contract Recruitment Experts. It will operate as part of the CSG group and support clients with temporary and flexible workforce solutions across several sectors, but maintain a primary focus on the engineering & construction, IT and consumer industries.

CSG officially launched in 2015 following the merger of several recruitment businesses, and specialises in the placement of mid-senior level roles. 

Key Recruitment and Training has been approved to deliver REC apprenticeships on behalf of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.

Ahead of the launch of new resourcer and recruiter apprenticeship standards, Key will assist the REC in delivering apprenticeships to its members.

Key also delivers apprenticeships in business administration to help compliance teams, customer services to develop future resourcers and recruiters and team leading and management.

• Global recruitment network NPAworldwide welcomes 11 further members.

These include JTR Recruiting, CareerMonks, Recruit Place & Train, Propel Recruitment, QFS, On-Demand Talent Management and CTH in the US; Halcyon Finance & Accounting Recruitment in Canada; and Resilience HQ and Jaspa King Recruitment in Australia.

• Recruitment software provider Recruitive has integrated with job site Job Matrix.

Aldi invests in UK stores and creates 4,000 new jobs

Aldi will add 4,000 permanent new jobs in the UK in 2021 as part of a promised £1.3bn investment between this year and next.

29 September 2020


This week’s new contracts & deals include: Beringer Tame, CIPHR, PBS, Recruitment Entrepreneur

Contracts 28 September 2020

Amazon pulls controversial job ads for ‘intelligence’ analysts

Two job adverts for analysts, whose duties would include monitoring social media and other sources for organised labour activities, have been abruptly pulled by retail giant Amazon after creating controversy on both sides of the Atlantic.

3 September 2020


This week’s appointments include: MET Marketing, Recruit 2 You

People 1 September 2020