This week’s new contracts & deals include: Berry Recruitment, idibu, Mercury, The City Recruiter

Berry Recruitment has partnered with facilities management organisation EMCOR UK to supply workers across East Anglia. The recruiter anticipates that it will provide multiple new positions to candidates who will benefit from the relationship. Jobs include production operatives, industrial cleaners, cleaning supervisors, scaffolders, welders, forklift divers, as well as other roles.

• Recruitment platform Mercury has announced its integration with candidate attraction platform idibu to enable users to post jobs directly on its platform. The two platforms will enable users to be more effective, drive efficiency and increase revenue, while giving time back to consultants, according to a statement from Mercury.

The Access Group, a business management software provider, has announced its continued partnership with accessibility software firm Recite Me to deliver an assistive toolbar within a screening platform. The new accessibility toolbar will be integrated into Access Screening's software solution, providing users with a suite of tools that cater to various accessibility needs, allowing content to be consumed in ways that work best for them.

• Manchester recruitment firm The City Recruiter has signed a deal with finance company Sensible Group to provide talent as the firm looks to grow its sales department. The recruiter says the partnership underscores its ability to drive success for both organisations.


This week’s appointments include: greenbean, NRG, Pertemps, The IN Group

People 4 March 2024


This week’s new contracts & deals include: Ford and Stanley, XPO

Contracts 27 February 2024

IPE Ventures acquires UK businesses of Staffing 360 Solutions

Boutique private equity firm IPE Ventures has acquired all businesses within the UK arm of Staffing 360 Solutions.

Contracts 13 February 2024

Granger Reis appoints Dargan to lead new digital infrastructure practice

International executive search firm Granger Reis has appointed Steve Dargan to lead its new digital infrastructure (DI) practice.

People 13 February 2024