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JLT Management Services Ltd Appoints The Curve Group as its Outsourced Resourcing Partner

LONDON, September 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The Curve Group, one of the UK's leading HR Services companies, today announces that it has been appointed on a three year, £1.5m contract as the resourcing partner to JLT Management Services Ltd. Based in London, JLT Management Services Ltd is the central specialist business within JLT Group Plc that provides services to all the Group operating companies. The JLT Group is one of the world's largest providers of insurance, reinsurance brokerage and related services.

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Curve RPO, part of The Curve Group, delivers a bespoke solution - RPO Focus™ - which offers organisations such as LaSer UK, Wincor Nixdorf, IESA, JLT Employee Benefits and now JLT Management Services, a unique solution to help improve their attraction, engagement and employee retention.

Commenting on the appointment, Ella Gosling, HR Director, JLT Management Services Ltd, says: "We are really pleased to welcome The Curve Group to JLT Management Services. As they have already proved, through their partnership with JLT Employee Benefits, their breadth of service ranging from executive search through to contractor and lower level appointments allows all our UK needs to be met."

Della Wolfe, co-owner, The Curve Group comments: "Following on from our appointment earlier in the year as a resourcing partner to JLT Employee Benefits, we are delighted to add JLT Management Services as a Curve RPO client. Our Outsourcing business continues to go from strength to strength and we're looking forward to a long and successful partnership working together."

The Curve Group were advised by the recruitment specialist arm of city law firm, Osborne Clarke.

About The Curve Group  

The Curve Group provides search and selection recruitment services for permanent, interim and contractor positions as well as HR consultancy and recruitment process outsourcing. The award-winning company specialises in three industry sectors: Financial Services; Management Consultancy and Business Process Outsourcing; and Leisure and Business Services.

Established in 2004, The Curve Group now consists of five distinct businesses: Curve Search, Curve Recruiting, Curve HR Consulting, Curve Contractors and Curve RPO. Its unique selling point is that it is a full service HR company, providing clients with a single point-of-contact for all people requirements, it is the only company of this kind in the UK.

Clients include HSBC, CGI, Deutsche Bank, Wincor Nixdorf, Santander, Tata Consultancy Services, LaSer UK, Cognizant, The NEC, Agfa, Aston Villa FC and Barclays. #curvyway @thecurvegroup http://www.thecurvegroup.co.uk

About JLT Management Services 

JLT Management Services is a company within Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc, providing the central specialist functions that provide services to all Group operating companies.

This includes a wide variety of services such as IT, Human Resources, Communications and Public Relations, Risk & Compliance, Legal, Strategy & Corporate Development, Tax, Treasury, various Finance and Secretarial related services, Internal Audit and UK Group Procurement.

JLT Management Services employs 350 people with the majority based at JLT Group Headquarters in the City of London.

About Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc 

Jardine Lloyd Thompson is one of the world's largest providers of insurance and employee benefits related advice, brokerage and associated services. JLT's client proposition is built upon its deep specialist knowledge, client advocacy, tailored advice and service excellence.

JLT is quoted on the London Stock Exchange and owns offices in 40 territories with some 9,500 employees. Supported by the JLT International Network, it offers risk management and employee benefit solutions in 135 countries.

http://www.jltgroup.com

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