NEW TO THE MARKET: 13-17 JANUARY 2020

This week’s launches include: AppJobs GAP, Challenge-trg, Frank Recruitment Group, Gi Group

• AppJobs GAP, a new platform for hiring gig-workers, has launched. The platform uses an AI algorithm, which chooses only those candidates that match the recruiter’s requirements. AppJobs GAP claims to have access to more than 750,000 gig workers.

• Logistics recruitment and distribution company Challenge-trg Group is rolling out a brand refresh with the aim of bringing its subdivisions under one name. The company, which acquired trg Logistics last year, has updated its logo, bringing both Challenge and trg together.

The new look will be rolled out across all internal and external communication materials, Challenge-trg’s new website, set to launch in the coming months, and will involve the reskinning of Challenge-trg’s training trailer. The trailer houses Challenge-trg’s inclusive training service, which provides bespoke packages for clients and first-class CPC driver-specific warehouse training. Brand communications agency STENCIL oversaw the brand refresh.

• International recruiter Frank Recuitment Group is to open another office in the US in Chicago, Illinois, creating over 80 jobs in the area. The location is 550 West Van Buren Street and it opens on 20 January. Newly-appointed executive vice president Rob Schaust leads the Chicago office. 

• Global recruiter Gi Group has drawn together the businesses of TACK UK and TMI UK to create specialist learning and development organisation TACK TMI UK & Ireland. The move brings the two operations together, aligning the UK with the rest of the global market where Tack TMI operates as one entity.

CONTRACTS & DEALS: 1-5 JUNE 2020

This week’s new contracts & deals include: Acorn Rail, Wagestream

Contracts 1 June 2020

NEW TO THE MARKET: 11-15 MAY 2020

This week’s new launches include: Bullhorn, eFinancialCareers, HR GO Recruitment, JobsTrackR

New to Market 12 May 2020

Hospitality will be hit hard unless job retention scheme is extended, says HBAA

Hospitality, travel and events sector businesses need the Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme (CJRS) extended, according to a trade association representing those industries.

24 April 2020

NEW TO THE MARKET: 20-24 APRIL 2020

This week’s new launches include: Alexander Mann Solutions, Candidate.ID, Credentially, Enginuity, GeekTalent, inploi, Jobs in North Wales, Konexo, Snack, Talent Beam, WorkTaps, Zoom

New to Market 20 April 2020
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