News

Queensferry- Stronger than ever!
Queensferry has gone strength to strength over the last couple months, taking on a record breaking number of temps whilst supplying some of the largest brands in manufacturing across the North West.   With the new  team in full force we...
Can Job fairs help me get back into work?
Job fairs are recognised by KPI as a great place to get yourself recognised by recruiters.  As recruiters ourselves we understand that employers are looking for people who show that they are ready for work and make the extra...
Taking on a fight to fund raise to help beat cancer!
We are extremely proud of one of our team members, Damian. He is taking on a WCB boxing match in aid of Cancer Research. The event takes place on 8th July at Crewe Hall. Up to 10 charity fights are taking...
KPI Oldham Celebrates its 1st Birthday!!
KPI Oldham opened its doors in April 2016 in the newly refurbished old bank at 358 Manchester Road.  The Oldham branch is currently home to KPI Recruiting’s Industrial division along with KPI Care and the KPI Engineering team. KPI...
KPI Oldham celebrates it’s 1st birthday!!
KPI Oldham opened its doors in April 2016 in the newly refurbished old bank at 358 Manchester Road. The Oldham branch is currently home to KPI Recruiting’s Industrial division along with KPI Care and the KPI Engineering team. KPI Oldham has...
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Who have we supported this year so far?
KPI Recruiting choose to support twelve local charities a year with a £1,000 donation each, in memory of our late director Liz Howarth.   Januarys donation goes to  Kids’ Physiotherapy Ltd The £1,000 will go towards the £500 per week cost of...
Spreading the Eggy fun this Easter with Wood Street Mission
KPI Care led a campaign, with contributions from KPI Recruiting and KPI Engineering, this April to support the Wood Street Mission's Easter Project. The projects supplies Easter eggs to local children and families that would otherwise miss out. Here is...
Kids’ Physiotherapy Ltd (for Ben Baddeley)
Gary Baddeley, Ben's dad, receiving a cheque for £1,000 for the physiotherapy costs.  The £1,000 is being put towards the £500 per week cost of essential intensive physiotherapy for Ben, following an operation, to help him walk without pain. NHS funding...
Christian Concern
Ali Thornton-Stark receiving a cheque for £500  on behalf of Christian Concern. Christian Concern runs projects for the community and provides practical help and support for disadvantaged families in the borough.  Find out about how KPI Recruiting are support local community...