View more on these topics

Nucleus launches recruitment club

Nucleus advisers can get help with their recruitment needs for £99 a month.

Neilson-Barry-MM-Peach-700.jpg

Nucleus has teamed up wth a recruitment firm to offer its advisers a new service to help them with their recruitment.

The recruitment club called Attract has been set up in partnership with recruitment consultancy Redmill Resourcing.

For £99 a month, Nucleus advisers will be offered a range of services including a factfind to analyse their requirements, discounted training and psychometric testing, salary benchmarking, writing of legal and compliant job descriptions, a fixed fee recruitment service and help with the induction and training of new recruits.

Redmill will also offer bespoke recruitment searches for a fixed fee of £2,500.

Nucleus business development director Barry Neilson says: “Advice firms want to make sure they get the best possible fit for their company when hiring a new candidate, while ensuring they are still giving their clients the service that is expected of them. Attract allows firms to do exactly that.”

Redmill Resourcing managing director David Tait says: “For a small monthly fee members of Attract will have access to a whole raft of services from a dedicated team here at Redmill Resourcing that will not only enhance their recruitment process but in turn their entire business offering.”

Recommended

Hector Sants
24

Hector Sants takes Barclays leave of absence due to stress

Sir Hector Sants is taking a leave of absence from Barclays due to exhaustion and stress and is expected to return in the new year. Former FSA chief executive Sants joined Barclays as head of compliance, Government affairs and regulatory relations in January after five years with the regulator. Sants is following medical advice to […]

Euro-EU-Puzzle-Europe-700x450.jpg

Labour peer says European banking union poses threat to UK

A Labour peer responsible for scrutinising European finance proposals believes the move towards a eurozone banking union threat-ens to marginalise the UK’s position within Europe. Heads of state committed to a banking union in June 2012 to centralise banking supervision across the eurozone. It aims to create a centralised body with the power to decide […]

Newsletter

News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up

Comments

    Leave a comment