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Tempo, which describes itself as a partnership of recruiters and employers aiming to improve recruitment performance for clients, held their inaugural annual general meeting last week and completed the election of the agency members of its Steering Group.
The elected agency members include the following:
- Kerry Bryom, GK Personnel Associates Limited
- Jason Melia, Darren Bell Recruitment Ltd
- Alistair Ross, T.G Recruitment Ltd
- David Segust, First Call Contract Services Ltd
- Gail Radley, Harper & Guy Consulting Ltd
- Sarah Conway, TRG Logistics Ltd
- Richard Champion, Merco Recruitment Ltd
- Tony Bucciero, Templine Employment Agency
The steering group will be led by Keith Faulkner, CBE and Chairman of tempo and will also include three end user client representatives and a member of de Poel’s management team. The first client member was announced as Kate Wilding of Centrica; two more will be named in the coming weeks. Craig Young, who has been closely involved with setting up tempo, will represent de Poel.
The steering group is tasked with specifying and enforcing the standards required of tempo’s members; establish the issues on which tempo will seek to inform and influence the market; and communicating with members, employers and other key stakeholders.
Mr Faulkner said “these elected agency representatives on the Steering Group come from a range of agencies operating in several different sectors, including single and multi-branch businesses, making them reflective of our current and projected membership moving forward. The steering group will be focussing on ensuring we continue to set rigorous standards for our members and are seen to be actively addressing the challenges facing the temporary recruitment industry.”