This week’s contracts and deals include: JSA Services, Nasstar, Resume-Library, Sheffield Haworth

JSA Services, a provider of professional advisory and outsourced employment and payroll services to the UK’s contingent workforce supply chain, has acquired Liberty Bishop’s UK umbrella and PSC accountancy services businesses. Liberty Bishop’s international umbrella businesses are unaffected by the acquisition.

• US job board Resume-Library has launched a new job posting integration with hiring platform Workable. The partnership follows a successful ATS Apply integration between the two companies, which went live back in 2019.

• International executive search and talent consulting firm Sheffield Haworth has gone live with a new IT solution from IT recruitment specialist, Nasstar. Nasstar will provide global support for Sheffield Haworth’s 11 international offices and is also working with the firm to enhance existing systems to support its growth ambitions. 

Nasstar will deliver 24/7 global support to the firm, as well as ensuring that Office 365 is configured and deployed to industry standards across all offices in order to improve efficiencies and streamline processes. 

RPO/MSP is ‘big challenge’ to contingent recruitment

John O’Sullivan, serial recruitment entrepreneur and founder of advisory consultancy Elite Leaders, spoke to Recruiter.

25 January 2021

AMS chief looks beyond Covid for more agile future

AMS CEO David Leigh spoke to Recruiter about the next journey for AMS. 

25 January 2021

Elite Leaders restructures its leadership and redefines mission

Elite Leaders has this month restructured its leadership structure, redefined its offerings and repurposed its focus.

14 January 2021

AMS rebrand focuses on ‘workforce dexterity’ for clients

Alexander Mann Solutions has changed its name to AMS, the organisation has announced.

12 January 2021