HopkinsLongworth represented Recruitment Industry Leaders at re-signing of partnership agreement between the REC and the DWP
Originally established in 2012 the partnership agreement between the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) and the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) - the agreement sets out practical ways to share knowledge between the public and private sectors, to benefit employers and job seekers throughout the UK, to stamp out discrimination, help people to access and progress in work and to lead the debate on the future of jobs and good work.
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Rt Hon Esther McVey MP signed the agreement with Chris Moore, Chair of REC at a breakfast round table with recruitment industry leaders in London last week.
'It was great to be part of this important initiative particularly as the recent low unemployment figures help focus the mind on being more open minded to attract talent from an ever decreasing pool. With a personal passion around supporting and recruiting more women it was great to have the opportunity to have a voice at the table' said Sarah Hopkins, Director of HopkinsLongworth seen below at the signing.
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