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Omni Pushes for Growth with New Appointment as Recruitment Sector Strengthens

Oct 9 2013, 6:18am CDT | by PR.com

Manchester, United Kingdom, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The UK’s leading independent recruitment process outsourcer (RPO), Omni Resource Management Solutions, has appointed Martin Wainman to the newly-created senior position of Business Development Director, as it responds to heightened demand for RPO services.

Wainman brings over 20 years’ extensive experience to the role and will oversee all aspects of business development, holding responsibility for devising, implementing and overseeing commercial growth strategies to increase market share.

Speaking of the appointment, managing director at Omni, Howard Flint, says: “This is an exciting time for an agile, ambitious RPO company, with the sector ripe for maturation. As a modern outsource partner with a history of market-leading innovation, Omni is determined to remain at the forefront of change as we enter more diverse markets and develop new services. Martin arrives with a superb track record and he will be a fantastic addition to the team as we focus on strategic opportunities, particularly in the financial services, retail and new technology.”

Wainman joins Omni having previously led highly successful and impressive strategic development projects at recruitment service provider Reed Managed Services and, most recently, at Vision Security Group, a top national supplier of security solutions.

Further positive signs that the market is enjoying sustainable growth comes as UK businesses are increasingly looking to scale up their workforce and strategise for long-term expansion and recruitment drives. Statistics revealed in the 2013 UK Recruitment Index from Deloitte and the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) demonstrated positive trends within the UK professional recruitment sector, with nearly three-quarters of firms surveyed reporting an improvement in business.

Flint concludes: “We are seeing encouraging signs of recovery in the industry, with permanent hires up and more vacancies posted this year than at any time since 2007. We anticipate the identifiable trend towards outsourcing recruitment, as companies look to expand in a more strategic, proactive manner, will continue in this climate.”

Contact Information:
Omni RMS
Benjamin Pfeffer
0161 927 9487
Contact via Email
www.omnirms.com/

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