This week’s appointments include: Fusion Risk Management, Personio, Realm Recruit, The MCG Group

Fusion Risk Management has appointed Katie Burgoon as chief human resources officer (CHRO). Burgoon joins Fusion’s executive leadership team and is responsible for talent management, succession planning, organisational and performance management, diversity & inclusion, and learning & development. She joins Fusion from Zego, a Vista Equity Partner’s portfolio company, where she was CHRO.

• HR software provider Personio has relocated to a new London office in Soho and made three appointments. Sam Richards joins as the new country manager for the UK and Ireland from Eventbrite. Loretta Ediam has been appointed as head of product operations. Nick Peart joins as vice president marketing from Databricks and Zendesk.

• Legal recruitment consultancy Realm Recruit has announced four new appointments in Altrincham, Greater Manchester. Adam Fawcett has joined as a junior consultant after previously working in legal practice within credit hire and litigation. Edward Sorrell and Emma Marsh have both joined as junior marketing executives, with Bridget Lavery joining as a junior administrator and PA.

The MCG Group, a professional services recruitment firm, has appointed Rory Ferguson as managing director of the group’s technology division. Ferguson brings 25 years of recruitment experience with him, which spans across the IT, oil & gas and life sciences sectors, including at Harvey Nash and Hydrogen.

Acorn’s new group head HR Meredith tasked with future proofing infrastructure

UK recruiter Acorn has promoted Emily Meredith to group head of HR.

People 19 May 2022


This week’s appointments include: RAMP Global, Realm Recruit

People 19 April 2022

Firms save thousands on hiring veterans by claiming NI relief

Businesses that take on UK veterans will save thousands through National Insurance (NI) relief.

Legislation 13 April 2022

Biggest recruitment drive ever to find more magistrates

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has released YouGov research today [3 March] that suggests staff who volunteer as magistrates can be ‘good for business’.

3 March 2022