de Poel partners with CIPS to provide temporary labour procurement support
The partnership comes as de Poel continues to drive business development and provide strategic procurement advice to businesses looking for information on temporary labour. de Poel will be providing insights into industry issues including the topical zero hours debate and onshore intermediaries legislation, as well as support and guidance on how organisations can find the right workforce solution for their business.
Richard Newman, sales and marketing director of de Poel comments, “We are delighted to have the opportunity to partner with such a recognised industry body. Working with CIPS will be instrumental in helping us to engage with more businesses that we can provide support and knowledge to, on the procurement of a temporary workforce. We hope that by sharing our thoughts and industry expertise, this will provide procurement professionals with fresh perspective and insight, allowing them to make stronger business decisions when hiring a temporary workforce.”