This week’s launches include: Detail, Elevation Recruitment Group, Enhance Media, Goodman Masson, Monroe Consulting Group, Orange Genie Umbrella

• New recruitment firm Detail has opened its doors. Chronicle Live reports the Newcastle-based firm uses will aim to use AI to speed up the recruitment process as its software is able to learn which traits and characteristics employers are searching for when recruiting.

The firm has been launched by recruitment specialists Liam Paddison and Steve Rawlingson, the CEO and founder of engineering recruitment firm Samuel Knight International.

• Multi-sector recruiter Elevation Recruitment Group has opened a new office in Wakefield. The new facility triples the capacity of the office and gives the opportunity for future expansion of the business.

• Digital marketing agency Enhance Media has launched – a site to help in-house recruiters fully understand and demystify Google for Jobs.

The site aims to clear up confusion around Google for Jobs for inhouse recruiters explaining why it matters for employers and how to get a careers site listed. 

• Financial services recruiter Goodman Masson has launched a European division from its London office. Its initial focus will be across France, Belgium and Luxembourg.

The firm revealed it started recruiting across cyber security and technology on a temporary and permanent basis within French banking and financial services but since expanded into actuarial for the French, Belgium and Luxembourg markets. Its next focus is to build out its European coverage across all finance and technology teams, recruiting for both graduates and experienced consultants.

• Executive recruitment company Monroe Consulting Group has launched two new online portals. Its client portal allows approved HR professionals, hiring managers and executive management access to its LiveList service, while its candidate portal allows job candidates to create online accounts and complete an on-boarding process, including selecting the types of job they are interested in and uploading CVs.

• Umbrella company Orange Genie Umbrella has launched Orange Genie Edge, a range of employee benefits, designed around research on what contractors want, and focused on improving their general satisfaction and wellbeing.

These benefits include:

  • Support and counselling on a range of subjects from qualified experts through a confidential helpline
  • 24/7 access to a GP by phone or webcam consultation, including prescriptions by email
  • Specialist support and advice for carers and parents
  • Fitness, nutrition and health advice, including practical help to lead to a healthier lifestyle


Lloyds Banking Group creates digital hub with hundreds of new tech jobs

Edinburgh stands to benefit to the tune of 500 high skilled jobs thanks to the launch of a digital tech hub in the city.

20 May 2019

Recruiters find temp billings on the rise says Report on Jobs

Recruiters are seeing a rise in temp billings, despite uncertainty around Brexit, according to the latest KPMG/Recruitment & Employment Confederation ‘Report on Jobs’.

9 May 2019


This week’s appointments include: BMC Recruitment Group, BNP Paribas, Eames Consulting Group, Guidant Global, Hudson Global, Park Group, tml Partners

People 29 April 2019

Executive search firm helps find new governor for Bank of England

The UK government has charged executive search firm Sapphire Partners to help find a new governor for the Bank of England.

People 25 April 2019