This week’s contracts and deals include: GatenbySanderson, Graham Matthews, MyPeople Group

• Public sector interim recruitment, executive search and talent management GatenbySanderson has been appointed to two new supplier frameworks by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS). The new framework, covering permanent recruitment for central government, the wider public sector and the third sector, enables organisations to work with GatenbySanderson to source candidates to senior executive roles, as well as positions focused on digital, data and technology.

Under a separate new framework covering the recruitment of non-clinical temporary and fixed-term staff, NHS and other public sector bodies can choose Gatenby Sanderson to recruit for finance, accounts and audit roles.

Graham Matthews, an agency backed by former Dragons’ Den star James Caan CBE and part of the Recruitment Entrepreneur portfolio, has been awarded approved supplier status to the NHS and wider public sector organisations through the government’s Crown Commercial Services (CCS) temporary and fixed-term staff framework.

• Culture analytics specialist MyPeople Group has announced a multi-year partnership agreement with Premier League outfit Crystal Palace FC. This agreement sees MyPeople become the cub’s ‘official culture analytics partner’.

Myles speaks about his ex-recruiter life on I’m a Celeb

If you were paying attention yesterday evening, I’m a Celebrity viewers may have noticed former X Factor champion Myles Stephenson disclose something that regular Recruiter readers already knew.

Lighter Side 20 November 2019

New care centre to create 100+ jobs in North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire’s care sector is being boosted to the tune of 130 new jobs.

25 October 2019


This week’s appointments include: Airswift, Bullhorn, Carestaff Solutions, Heidrick Consulting, Korn Ferry, Nexxt, Projectus Consulting, Taranata Group

People 22 October 2019

Royal Navy uses VR gaming technology to recruit submariners

The Royal Navy has launched a new campaign to recruit 250 submariners by the end of next year at a video games event last week.

21 October 2019