by charlotte gurney
APSCo appoint Volt's UK Director Adam Wooldridge as their new Group IT Sector Co-Chair.
'I am excited to take on this new role to help support the great work our staffing body (APSCo) do within Information Technology across the recruitment sector'
Adam Wooldridge, Volt International UK IT Director
About APSCo and Volt's partnership
Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo)
APSCo is the professional body that represents, supports and promotes the interests of organisations engaged in the supply of business professionals. APSCo represents the professional staffing sector across Europe, providing a powerful, unified voice for a vibrant and innovative sector of the recruitment industry. Volt joined APSCo in 2000 and is one of the association's early members. The company is an active member of the organisation and has contributed fully to APSCo's development of policy, codes of conduct and industry best practice. www.apsco.org
Volt UK work in partnership and are members of ‘APSCo Embrace’
APSCo Embrace is an ED&I hub for members - APSCo Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Resource Hub.
This is part of an all-encompassing ED&I campaign that includes several different strands to support recruitment firms with their own ED&I journey.
Find out more: https://bit.ly/39N7W2U
Association for the Recruitment Outsourcing Sector (APSCo OutSource)
Representing the interests of the outsource providers, they were developed from APSCo as a separate trade body which truly understands the differences between staffing and recruitment outsourcing and specialises in your marketplace. Volt are co-founding members of APSCo OutSource and benefit from:
Providing an opportunity to shape & focus: Creating a trade association better placed to serve the sector
A future vision & strategy: To provide a global service and presence
A trusted badge of quality: Outsource members will be recognised by end user clients as best in class which will help with business development and client retention.
Representation with Government: Outsource will act as the collective voice of the outsourcing market to lobby government about the impact of legislation and policy on the outsourcing sector
Best Practice: Outsource will create a peer-to-peer network to debate, discuss and share knowledge
Collaboration: Outsource will collaborate with other service organisations to provide tailored intelligence and research and provide access to other outsource experts