This week’s new contracts & deals include: Beringer Tame, CIPHR, PBS, Recruitment Entrepreneur

• Specialist digital talent acquisition agency Beringer Tame was chosen by Wing of St. Mawes to recruit its new head of ecommerce, responding to the shift in the way it sells its produce as a result of Covid-19. Wing of St. Mawes is a family run specialist fishmonger that operates from Cornwall, supplying top quality fresh fish and shellfish to Michelin starred chefs all-over the UK.

Following its partnership with Beringer Tame, Wing of St. Mawes has appointed Harriet Wills ­– a marketer who previously worked for a holiday letting’s company in Cornwall – as its new head of ecommerce.

• The UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has announced two G-Cloud 12 suppliers on its G-Cloud framework.

HR systems, payroll and recruitment solutions provider CIPHR is listed for both cloud software and cloud support. This is the seventh consecutive year that CIPHR has been listed on the CCS G-Cloud framework, which enables public-sector organisations to procure IT services and technology for digital projects more efficiently than via traditional procurement methods.

Payroll solutions company PBS is also listed as a G-Cloud 12 supplier on the government’s Digital Marketplace for payroll. PBS’ payroll solutions include payroll outsourcing, hosted payroll software and its Accord payroll software.

• Global investor in recruitment start-ups Recruitment Entrepreneur has expanded its back-office and payroll provision to service demand within its expanding group of recruitment agencies. Software provider JobAdder has been a close partner with Recruitment Entrepreneur since launching its CRM platform in the UK. Employment services organisation Workr Solutions was selected to implement full platform integration with the CRM, allowing complete visibility of all accountancy and payroll activity, across all 19 businesses.


This week’s new launches include: Capital Outsourcing Group (Food), Cielo TalentCloud, Lorien, Thrive Education,

New to Market 6 April 2021

Readers respond to reports on IR35 reforms on

Reports on over the past week on the upcoming implementation of IR35 reforms in the private sector have received significant response from readers.

Legislation 1 April 2021

Ex-Arcadia staff re-employed at vaccine site in Workington

Former Arcadia staff are being offered work in a new Covid-19 vaccine site at a former Topshop store in Workington, North-West England.

24 March 2021


This week’s appointments include: APSCo Deutschland, Beaumont Bailey, Investigo, Odgers Berndtson, Pedersen & Partners, Premier Group

People 15 March 2021