Social recruiting April 2020

From building a school in Nepal to having a black-tie ball, you’ve been busy fundraising since the last Recruiter

Corecom staff bring kids into work

IT recruitment agency Corecom Consulting opened the doors to its new headquarters at the Yorkshire Hub to employees’ children during half term (above). Home to the largest solar farm in Leeds City Centre, the children were treated to a tour of the Hub, a few table football matches and ‘pass the parcel’ with company directors and staff, and were given a short talk on how solar panels are used to generate electricity in the office and building.

LHi fundraises for the bushfires

International recruitment specialist LHi ran a global fundraising sales week in aid of the Bushfire Relief fund and to commemorate Australia Day (26 January). Each office hosted their own fundraising activities, from fancy dress, to bake sales and charity football matches, including selling handmade LHi Koala bracelets, raising over £10k for the relief fund.

Baltimore’s Vincent exceeds £20k target for Cancer Research

As mentioned in Recruiter’s January Social Network page, the ‘Bristol SMEs say NO to cancer’ event, organised by Baltimore Consulting’s CEO Charmaine Vincent (below left), raised more than £23k for Cancer Research. Hosted by TV personality Jeff Brazier (below right), the prestigious black-tie event included a drink’s reception, a three-course meal, entertainment, raffle and networking opportunities. The event was held in memory of Vincent’s best friend, who died from brain cancer at just 27 years old.

ResourceBank goes back to school in Nepal

ResourceBank is marking its 25th anniversary by funding a brand new school in Nepal in partnership with the charity United World Schools (UWS). Building the school is just one of the activities planned to ensure the school thrives, including MD and founder Richard Pearson cycling 750km on a UK tour of ResourceBank’s clients.