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APSCo appoints 2010 new Executive Committee members

APSCo appoints 2010 new Executive Committee members

Committee gains six new members
? Tara Ricks named as APSCo Chairman

The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has elected its new Executive Committee for 2010, which includes six new members who will be sitting on the Committee for the first time.

The Committee has elected Tara Ricks, Managing Director of recruitment consultancy Joslin Rowe as APSCo Chairman and Uzair Bawany, Chief Executive Officer of The Contact Group as APSCo Deputy Chairman.

Also continuing to serve on the Committee are Phil Clarke of Invenio Recruitment, Natasha Clarke of SThree Group, Jo Sellick of Sellick Partnership and Jon Cox of Start Resourcing

In addition, the six new Executive Committee members are:

? John OSullivan, Managing Director, Elite Leaders Ltd
? Stephanie Elliott, Managing Director, Volt
? Emma Brierley, Chairman, Xchangeteam Ltd
? Alan Rommel, Managing Director, Parity Resources
? Stephen Rookes, Commercial & Legal Director, Nes Group Ltd
? Raymond Pennie, Commercial Director, Kamanchi Ltd

Ann Swain, Chief Executive, APSCo, says: Our new Committee members reflect APSCos new role in representing all the professional services staffing market. Our new Chair and Deputy Chair bring with them a tremendous understanding of the staffing market across a broad range of sectors.

APSCo is determined to be as inclusive and comprehensive in its sector expertise as possible.

With a new coalition government in place, the whole of the executive committee is looking forward to dealing with a new set of opportunities and challenges. Well be watching closely what new legislative proposals and the emergency budget might mean for the staffing sector.

I would also like to give thanks to those Executive Committee members whose terms on the committee have come to an end. They have all made a tremendous contribution during their time working with us especially Richard Herring, the out-going Chairman, and Bill Livingstone, both of whom have served the maximum 3 year term.

On the morning of Thursday 24th June APSCo will host the first ever nationwide debate to decide whether the recruitment industry should be licensed. We have arranged simultaneous events in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh. Figure heads within the recruitment industry and other stakeholders along with hundreds of recruitment executives will take part in the debate and live vote on the motion which will be delivered to Government:
Should the Recruitment Industry be Licensed? (click on link booking form attached!!!)

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