MCGINLEY GROUP ACQUIRE RECRUITMENT AGENCY, SIMPLY EDUCATION
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of staffing agency Simply Education, with the deal officially completing on Friday 30 August 2019.
In what has been an exciting week’s worth of news for the sectors that we operate in, we present our weekly news roundup:
There's good news for the recruitment industry, as 83% of recruiters seeing their net fee income grow over the past 12 months. Consultancy UK . Read more here .
Research from employer review website Glassdoor suggests that sourcing candidates through employee referrals is more successful than other recruitment channels. HR Magazine . Read more here .
The £6 million acquisition of Baines Simmons will help UK based jet Charter Company Air Partner gain exposure for growing demand for air safety advice. UK Reuters . Read more here .
The Armenian aviation industry is to develop under assistance from aviation giants Boeing. Asbarez . Read more here .
The current robustness of the UK construction industry could help the economy avoid a growth downgrade. The Telegraph . Read more here .
Lord of the Rings enthusiasts are crowdfunding a scheme to build an iconic city from Tolkien authored books in England. Metro . Read more here .
The CIPD claims that most graduates in the UK are working in non-graduate jobs. BBC . Read more here .
The Guardian has called for an educational reform that puts younger people first. The Guardian . Read more here .
The Royal College of Nursing has warned that the proposed government cuts to the healthcare services will hit the poor the hardest. Bromley Times . Read more here .
A staggering 50,000 people signed a petition to prevent 30,000 nurses to be deported from the UK, following a reform in immigration law. Wales Online . Read more here .
London based Midatech Pharma are to assist Ophthotech Corporation with new treatments for macular degeneration of the eyes. Proactive Investors . Read more here .
The UK's position as a world leader in biotechnology will be strengthened by The Centre for Process who are leading a £2.78 million based collaboration. Biomass Magazine . Read more here .