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ManpowerGroup pledges its support for APSCos RPO and MSP Code of Conduct

ManpowerGroup pledges its support for APSCo’s RPO and MSP Code of Conduct

ManpowerGroup, the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, is the latest professional staffing business to sign up to APSCo’s RPO and MSP Code of Conduct. The new Code represents the interest of all parties involved in the Recruitment Supply Chain and seeks to address the uncertainty recruitment industry stakeholders have experienced regarding the contractual relationships between RPO and recruitment firms. The Code asks that any contract drawn up between a recruitment firm and an RPO/MSP should include a backstop date at which payment to the recruitment firm should be met, or for the staffing company to have direct recourse to the end user client for payment.

ManpowerGroup joins several other high profile RPO and MSP providers – including Adecco, Alexander Mann Solutions, Allegis, Advanced Resource Managers, Capita Managed Services, Elemense (Matchtech), Hudson, Hyphen, Interquest Solutions, Project People, PRO Unlimited, Randstad Managed Services, Resource Solutions, Resource Solutions Group, STR and Volt - who have pledged their support to ensure best practice in the recruitment supply chain.

Stephen Gilbert, UK RPO Practice Lead says: “ManpowerGroup is pleased to sign up to the APSCo RPO / MSP code of conduct which supports our on-going commitment to defining and shaping best practice across the RPO and MSP industry.”

Ann Swain, CEO of APSCo says: “We’re very pleased that ManpowerGroup, one of the largest global recruitment firms, has pledged to work to the Code - this is testament to the strength and robustness of the Code of Conduct – a code that will benefit all parties in the recruitment supply chain.


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