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Badenoch & Clark retains place on Buying Solutions framework agreement

Badenoch & Clark retains place on Buying Solutions framework agreement
 
Specialist recruitment consultancy, Badenoch & Clark, has been re-awarded a place on a Buying Solutions framework agreement for temporary staff. The Non-Permanent Staff (NPS) Framework Agreement enables public sector organisations access, through a carefully selected specialist group of suppliers, to the very best temporary and contract professionals in the marketplace while achieving value for money.
 
Following a strong track record of successful delivery across central government, local government and the NHS, Badenoch & Clark has been appointed to a number of specialist categories under the framework, as well as the One Stop Shop - a centre of excellence for providing customers with core skills in IT, project and programme management, finance, HR, procurement and marketing, up to Board level.
 
Nicola Linkleter, managing director at Badenoch & Clark, comments: I am absolutely delighted that we have been appointed to the framework. We understand the ongoing pressure that our clients are under to find new ways of working that deliver efficiencies and cost savings, and look forward to continuing the work we have already started in helping them address these challenges.
 
Badenoch & Clark is accredited under a number of other Buying Solutions framework agreements, including the Recruitment Services Framework for permanent staffing and volume recruitment campaigns, the Non-Medical, Non-Clinical Resources Framework for the supply of temporary staff to the NHS and the Commercial Resources Framework. These framework agreements are fully EU compliant and give organisations access to industry-leading recruitment consultancies for the procurement of recruitment services.
 

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