This week’s contracts and deals include: Sirenum, WMRecruit

• UK-based technology solutions provider for temporary staffing agencies Sirenum has entered a strategic partnership with Wagestream.

Wagestream provides solutions to ensure employees regain financial freedom by enabling workers to withdraw earned pay in advance of payday for a one-time fee. ProActive Rail, a provider of staff to the transport industry in Greater London, is the first joint customer of the two businesses to take advantage of the integration.

• Socially responsible recruiter WMRecruit has become latest strategic partner to join the All-In Diversity Project. The project is an industry-driven initiative that aims to benchmark diversity, equality and inclusion in the gaming and betting industry. The partnership allows both parties to learn and support each other, encouraging a diverse talent pool, with strategies put in place to meet current workplace challenges and those in the future.

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

Morson boosts senior team with Adair and Lynchehaun

Morson Group has bolstered its senior team with two promotions.

People 16 July 2019


This week’s appointments include: 3R, Ben Johnson Recruitment, Eden Search & Select, Four Seasons Recruitment, Lorien, NHS Professionals, Pedersen & Partners, Pertemps, Samuel Knight International

People 15 July 2019

Recruiters next in firing line for ICO data breach fines?

Andy Lord, co-founder of IT and technology recruiter Rethink Group, has warned that recruiters are an obvious target for the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and that recruitment companies are at risk.

Legislation 11 July 2019