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Spalding recruitment agency's new structure to drive business

By Keith Drayton

Spalding recruitment agency, Encore Personnel, has announced a new senior structure to drive the next transformational phase of the business.

The restructuring will support the firm’s ambition to accelerate its service and provide an even stronger, strategic focus on customer and candidate needs in a challenging political and economic climate.

The specialist recruitment firm provides temporary and permanent blue-collar staff to industry across the UK, placing 4,000 to 5,000 workers each week via its 21 divisions, across sectors including manufacturing, industrial, supply chain & logistics and engineering.

Encore's senior management team (14290711)
Encore's senior management team (14290711)

Current managing director and co-founder, Greg Latham, will continue to serve in a strategic capacity in a newly-created role, group chief executive officer. He will be supported by Pete Taylor, promoted from operations director to managing director.

A new senior leadership team has been established and Cindy Gunn has been promoted to HR director and Louise Bragg and Andy Lewis to operations directors.

Greg Latham explained: “With a predicted turnover of £86m by 2020, Encore Personnel is taking the recruitment industry by storm.

“Since founding the business in 2002, our market share has grown with sales currently up by 19% compared to this time last year. The new structure of the business is set to give rise to even greater growth.”


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