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Management training programmes provided by Acorn - Wales’s largest recruitment and training specialists - are proving just the ticket for dozens of staff at train operator Arriva Trains Wales.
Acorn, one of the UK’s leading recruitment and training specialists, is strengthening its presence in the North West of England with the opening of a new operation in Preston, Lancashire.
Acorn, Wales’s leading recruitment and training company, has appointed Genevieve Ryan its new Human Resources Manager.
Former Welsh Grand Slam rugby coach Mike Ruddock says he is flattered to be linked with the vacant English coaching job – but that he has no intention of applying.
Wales’ leading recruitment and training company Acorn, is celebrating its Investors in People (IIP) hat-trick after auditors said the level of positive responses among staff was “extremely high compared to most organisations assessed.”
Acorn, Wales’s largest recruitment and training company, has launched a new Human Resources division, as part of its latest expansion drive.
Q: You were last interviewed in early 2005. How has the business developed since then?
Acorn, Wales’s largest recruitment and training company, has completed the acquisition of LINK, a specialist s forensic mental health care business that has been based in Newport, South Wales, for the last three years.
Acorn, Wales’s largest recruitment and training company, is warning that the World Cup which kicks-off in Germany next month will place massive demands on the recruitment industry to provide cover for ‘absent’ staff.
Synergie Group, which entered into a partnership with Wales-based recruitment and training specialist Acorn in January, 2006, has announced sales revenue of €496.5m for the first-half of 2006. The figure is a 13.2% year-on-year increase.