Contract wins 09.11.17
Penna has been selected to provide HR and resourcing solutions under all four Lots of the Local Government Recruitment Partnership (LGRP). This framework spans two years and allows all public-sector organisations to work directly with Penna via a ‘direct call off’.
This is the third time that Penna has successful been appointed as part of this Framework. They are the only supplier that has been awarded the opportunity to supply all four Lots.
The LGRP framework covers the following four Lots:
- Lot 1 – Executive Permanent (£70K+) and Interim Search and Selection
- Lot 2 – Permanent Recruitment (£30K - £70K)
- Lot 3 – Strategic HR Consultancy Services
- Lot 4 – HR Marketing Solutions – All marketing and advertising campaigns including Public Notices.
The LGRP contract is managed by the London Borough of Waltham Forest and replaced the London Boroughs’ Recruitment Partnership in 2010.
Julie Towers, MD at Penna, said, “We are extremely pleased to have been recognised as a potential supplier to local government for these important services. Resourcing challenges are significant across the sector and we hope our breadth and depth of offer and experience will enable us to work with those seeking innovation and effective resourcing solutions”.
Northgate plc has appointed ResourceBank to deliver a full managed service RPO covering all UK recruitment on a three and a half year contract running until 2021. ResourceBank has provided a partial RPO to Northgate since 2012 and the success of this service has led to Northgate extending the contract to cover all UK sales and IT recruitment as well as operations and head office vacancies for Van Monster and Northgate Vehicle Hire.
The contract covers all areas of talent attraction including the management and development of the Northgate careers website, social media and apprenticeship recruitment. ResourceBank also provides employee engagement services, HR training, exit interviews and outplacement to Northgate.
Northgate is the UK’s leading commercial vehicle hire company with over 70 UK locations and over 2,000 employees.
Louise Clough, HR shared services manager at Northgate, said, “We want to attract the best people into our business in the most efficient manner. ResourceBank have demonstrated their capability over the last 5 years and now that they are responsible for all of our UK talent attraction activity we will see a more co-ordinated, harmonised and effective service.”
ResourceBank managing director, Richard Pearson, commented, “We were delighted to be awarded this contract extension together with the further expansion of our successful partnership. The journey so far has benefited from the enthusiasm and commitment on both sides and we look forward to the next phase.”
Frontline Recruitment is teaming up with bedroom delivery and installation company Keen & Able to create 20 jobs.
Frontline and Keen & Able are holding an exclusive recruitment open day on 8th November at the Village Hotel in Chilwell, Nottingham where they will be looking to recruit 10 two-person delivery teams who can offer a quality and professional service.
Keen & Able, based in Long Eaton, is a 5-star, uniformed, white-glove service specialising in bedroom delivery and installation.
David Essam, general manager at Frontline Recruitment, said, "It's fantastic to see Keen & Able creating jobs for local people, and we're delighted they've turned to Frontline Recruitment to partner with them.
"We're looking forward to welcoming people looking to take the next step in their career to the Village Hotel on 8th November and are anticipating a high turnout.
"All guests need to do is bring their passport of full birth certificate, valid driving licence, National Insurance number and bank details and they're in with a great chance of working for Keen & Able - a fantastic company that offers true career progression."
Bullhorn and Astute Payroll
Bullhorn and Astute Payroll have announced their largest ever customer win in ANZ. PERSOL Kelly, the joint venture between Kelly Services and The PERSOL Group, will roll out the CRM and workforce management system to improve the productivity of 300 recruiters and ensure the efficient management of Kelly’s large workforce across Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).
The PERSOL Group, a Japan-based holding company, and Kelly Services, a US-based staffing firm, launched PERSOL Kelly to become one of the region’s staffing services and HR solutions company. To ensure the delivery of this goal, PERSOL Kelly chose to partner with Bullhorn and Astute Payroll.
“PERSOL Kelly has committed to an exciting expansion plan in the region,” said Takayuki Yamazaki, CEO of PERSOL Kelly. “To achieve our growth goals and manage our various recruitment needs, we need nothing less than highly reliable and flexible support. We know that partnering with Bullhorn and Astute Payroll is the right solution to help us establish and maintain the strong market position we aspire to.”
“Asia Pacific is of huge strategic importance to us,” said Peter Linas, executive vice president of corporate development and international at Bullhorn. “Our deal with PERSOL Kelly signifies the tremendous growth of Bullhorn’s APAC operations since we launched our Sydney office in 2013. We are very happy to be partnering once again with the team at Astute, and we look forward to continuing to build on this momentum and our ability to bring value to our customer base in the region.”
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