This week’s contracts and deals include: Fortune Personnel Consultants, Indeed, Syft

• Recruitment entrepreneur James Caan CBE has entered into a strategic partnership with US recruiting and franchise firm Fortune Personnel Consultants Worldwide aimed at helping FPC expand in the US and open new markets across the globe.

While FPC is led by CEO Ron Herzog and president Jeff Herzog, the partnership between Caan and FPC was orchestrated by Doug Bugie, leader of FPC franchising.

• Job site Indeed has signed an agreement to acquire Syft, a recruiting platform for the hospitality, event and light industrial sectors in the UK. Founded in 2015, Syft’s proprietary technology provides a recruitment solution and shift management tool for part-time and flexible work, connecting and matching qualified and vetted jobseekers with available shifts through its desktop and mobile app. Syft’s employees, including its founders, will continue to operate from its headquarters in London and regional office locations.

Alexander Mann Solutions appoints Modley director of talent and D&I

Global talent acquisition and management solutions provider Alexander Mann Solutions has appointed Paul Modley as director of talent acquisition and diversity & inclusion.

People 18 July 2019

Stanton House makes appointments at the top

Stanton House has made a number of high-profile appointments.

People 15 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

Start-up of the Month: Elite Talent Resourcing

Kelly De-Lara, who has about 15 years’ experience in recruitment, has set up multi-sector recruiter Elite Talent Resourcing.

New to Market 15 July 2019