This week’s new launches include: CIPHR, Encore Personnel, Hogan Assessments

• UK provider of SaaS HR, payroll, recruitment and learning solutions CIPHR is rebranding its HCM platform as CIPHR Connect. According to the company, the new name is designed to emphasise the importance of connectivity between specialist software at the heart of CIPHR’s offering to customers, and create a clearer distinction between the growing activities of the CIPHR Group and the range of products that CIPHR offers.

• Recruitment firm Encore Personnel has relocated to new and larger offices in Spalding, Lincolnshire to serve its expanding client and candidate base in the region. Encore’s expansion in the region has been driven by a strong base of food production and horticulture clients, with support for firms that have faced increased demand for products during the Covid-19 lockdown and well-publicised challenging labour issues.

Hogan Assessments, global experts in personality assessment and leadership development, has launched the Hogan Candidate Assessment Suite. With the assessment suite, hiring can be a fast and valid prediction of performance, identifying the best performers based on millions of workplace performance data points.

Good jobs news for Yorkshire companies

Permission to begin construction on a Yorkshire development is set to create 8,000 jobs, according to Bdaily business news.

19 August 2021

Businesses optimistic for future as hundreds of new jobs planned

With the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) saying that 56% of businesses are planning to grow their workforces over the coming months, here are a few companies doing just that.

22 February 2021

GLAA gives poultry workers 10-point checklist

A new 10-point checklist for workers in the UK poultry industry has been developed by the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) to help them understand their rights in the workplace and spot the signs of labour exploitation.

Legislation 18 December 2020

Recruiter couple banned from running a business after exploiting workers

A team of husband and wife recruiters have been banned for a total of 21 years after exploiting agricultural workers, the Insolvency Service has revealed.

Legislation 22 October 2020