NEW TO THE MARKET: 25 FEBRUARY-1 MARCH 2019

This week’s launches include: Bramwith Consulting, NRL Group, Odgers Interim, Right Time Recruitment, Tiger Recruitment

• Procurement staffing specialist Bramwith Consulting has opened new offices in the City of London and in Brooklyn, New York.

• Technical recruiter NRL Group has rebranded its Intec (UK) business under the NRL brand. The move follows NRL’s acquisition of Intec in November 2018. The historic Intec business joins the group’s other regional recruitment businesses as NRL’s Heysham branch. The move grows NRL’s recruitment business to eight branches, including one overseas operations in Cairo.

Odgers Interim, the interim management arm of global executive search firm Odgers Berndtson, has launched a podcast series offering frontline perspectives from its network of industry consultants and interim leaders.

The Apprentice 2017 winner James White’s recruitment agency Right Time Recruitment has launched a rec-to-rec division.

• Secretarial and PA recruiter Tiger Recruitment has published an e-book. Entitled An Exceptional Life: Creating Better Workplaces, the book covers the 11 tenets of the modern workforce. These include diversity, performance management, flexible working and mental health, capturing the latest research and trends from industry experts. Contributions come from the likes of Hootsuite, Atlassian, British Land and Deloitte.

Recruiters back single new body to protect workers’ employment rights

Recruiters have given their backing to government proposals for single labour market enforcement body to improve enforcement of employment rights for workers and businesses.

Legislation 18 July 2019

Consultation on single body to improve workers’ rights

The government has announced a consultation on proposals to create a single labour market enforcement body to improve enforcement of employment rights for workers and businesses.

Legislation 17 July 2019

Full Strength campaign calls for reforms to overseas workers regulations

Recruitment organisations are among a coalition of bodies that have joined together in a campaign aimed at the next prime minister to avoid a skills disaster.

Legislation 17 July 2019

Amazon upskills US workers despite risk of leaving for new careers

Amazon has made a $700m (£563m) investment in upskilling its US workforce and is prepared to risk these workers leaving to progress their careers elsewhere.

17 July 2019
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