This week’s appointments include: Acorn, Berwick Partners, Energi People, Irwin Mitchell, Korn Ferry, Pedersen & Partners, Service Care Solutions, Yolk Recruitment, Zempleo

• Executive search partner Stephanie Nestaval joins nationwide recruiter Acorn in Exeter as a specialist headhunter in executive search, direct search and interim projects. Nestaval transferred from Acorn’s parent company Synergie’s office in Prague, Czech Republic.

• Executive search and recruitment firm Berwick Partners has appointed Caroline Hunt and Katy Wallace senior consultants for its newly-launched life sciences practice dedicated to recruiting senior executives into pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical devices and service provider companies, nationally and internationally.

Energi People, the technical and engineering recruitment specialist, has promoted James Mowat to associate director from team manager of its international and building services M&E (mechanical and engineering) team.

Clive Smit has joined Korn Ferry as senior client partner, based in the global executive search firm’s London office.

Susana Berlevy joins law firm Irwin Mitchell as chief people officer. Berlevy, who also joins Irwin Mitchell’s executive board as part of the appointment, comes to Irwin Mitchell from Cynergy Bank where she was responsible for its people strategy and led the human resources team.

• International executive search firm Pedersen & Partners has appointed Ian Robertson as a client partner within its South-East Asia industrial practice group.

Victoria Sturzaker and Sam Dix have been promoted from recruitment consultants to senior recruitment consultants at multi-sector recruiter Service Care Solutions.

• Cardiff-based Yolk Recruitment has appointed Daniel Mason as principal consultant in its legal division.

• US human capital management company Zempleo welcomes Steve Mann as executive vice president of business solutions.

Campaigns for care to get people in social care across London and England

Last week, reported on a drive launched by the Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) across England, ‘Care for Others, Make A Difference’, to encourage more people to consider roles in the social care sector.

28 April 2020

Government puts out national call to attract more care workers

A new national recruitment drive has launched to bring “thousands more people” into social care jobs. 

24 April 2020

London-wide recruitment initiative looks for people who are Proud to Care

A London-wide care sector initiative aimed at recruiting care workers to support elderly and vulnerable people requiring care has launched.

New to Market 23 April 2020

Recruiters call for clarity surrounding agency workers and furlough

Recruitment leaders are calling on the government for clarity around furlough for agency workers.

Legislation 20 April 2020