Wednesday, April 1, 2015

News: Stafforce Recruitment sets up for growth


Rotherham industrial and commercial recruiter Stafforce Recruitment has implemented a far-reaching restructure of its senior management team as part of an ambitious, five-year growth strategy.

With a head office on Percy Street in Rotherham town centre and a UK-wide network of 28 sites, Stafforce offers a range of services to clients through its Stafforce Recruitment and Nicholas Associates brands.

Annamarie McHugh, who joined the Rotherham-based company two years ago as operations manager for the south, promoted to Head of Operations.

Richard Hayes joins Stafforce Recruitment as Operations Manager for Yorkshire and the Midlands, and Denise McGuire has been appointed to Operations Manager for the North and Scotland.

Adrian Tams, who has been with the company for more than 10 years, has been promoted to Talent Manager – a role dedicated to attracting the best people in the market to Stafforce.

The restructure is part of an on-going expansion plan which has seen the business set significant growth targets in terms of geographical coverage, head count and revenue.

The company supplies temporary and permanent staff, from first time job seekers to semi-skilled workers, to manufacturing and production companies and the commercial and industrial sectors. Executive recruiter Nicholas Associates sources senior management and director-level candidates.

In January, the national recruiter launched new operations in Sheffield, Doncaster, Wolverhampton and Docklands in London, with others in the pipeline to follow shortly.

The move also includes the creation of a new Leadership Team within the senior management structure comprising of Director Tony Boorman; Head of Business Development, Lucy Kuc; Annamarie McHugh; and, Head of Shared Services, Chris Myers.

Business development manager Amy Ewens and area business managers Leah Midgley, Julie Bates, Alison Cook and Christian Rudd have also been brought into the senior management team.

Nick Cragg, founder and owner of Stafforce Recruitment, said: "We have some ambitious expansion plans at Stafforce Recruitment and I am a firm believer that those will not be achieved unless we have the right people in the right places.

"We have spent a lot of time planning this move and identifying who is best suited to which roles and I am confident that we have got that right and are in a good position to achieve the targets we have set. All the people we have appointed or promoted to the senior management team have the talent and ambition to drive Stafforce Recruitment's five year plan of creating a larger, more dynamic and competitive company."

In 2014 the company recorded sales of £66m and is forecasting to grow that to £81m in 2015, with similar growth rates predicted for subsequent years.

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