This week’s new launches include: Brellis Recruitment, Namecoach, Suna Solutions

Brellis Recruitment has opened a new office in Oxford, adding to its current branches in the West Midlands. The recruitment agency says Oxford was an “excellent place to provide exceptional service to both candidates and clients”. The new office is situated in John Smith Drive Business Park.

Namecoach, which aims to solve the common problem of name mispronunciation and gender pronoun communication, has announced its latest product update is now available. Its features capitalise on AI technologies to provide novel and engaging pronunciation experiences that empower users to communicate more thoughtfully, accurately, and inclusively.

• Workforce solutions provider Suna Solutions has announced that it is set to “redefine” the way businesses manage their human capital programs. Suna's Workforce Management (SWM) Vendor Management System (VMS) will streamline operations, enhance efficiency and provide insights for staffing service providers and their clients.

Institute of Job Aggregators highlights threats to online jobseeking

Recent research by the Institute of Job Aggregators has highlighted that most online jobseekers (87%) are unaware of the difference between job boards and job aggregators.

4 June 2024

Kelly completes Motion Recruitment Partners acquisition

Global talent solutions provider Kelly has completed the acquisition of Motion Recruitment Partners (MRP) from private investment firm Littlejohn & Co for $425m (£332m).

Contracts 4 June 2024

Mohtashami succeeds Sanderson as UK head at Russell Reynolds

Global leadership advisory firm Russell Reynolds Associates has named Nanaz Mohtashami as head of the UK, succeeding Laura Sanderson.

People 4 June 2024


This week’s appointments include: Calibre One, Constantine Law, Ennis & Co Group

People 4 June 2024