Our partnership with Facebook to build an expert contingent workforce in the UK

Our partnership with Facebook to build an expert contingent workforce in the UK

Harvey Nash is thrilled to announce a partnership with Facebook, one of the world’s most innovative and recognisable companies.

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As the Direct Source Curation partner to Facebook, our job will be to build and manage their expert contingent community in the UK, helping Facebook attract, recruit and retain experts, as well as build a long term pipeline of contingent workers for the future. Harvey Nash will also be providing payroll services for much of the contingent workforce.

We will be working directly as representatives of Facebook, representing their brand, whilst using the strength of Harvey Nash’s skills and network to engage with leading talent. We are very pleased to also be working in partnership with TalentNet and Allegis Global Solutions, both of which will be key to the delivery of this project.

We are absolutely delighted Facebook have chosen to partner with Harvey Nash, and thrilled that we can demonstrate our deep expertise in candidate attraction and direct sourcing.

If you would like to find out more about our partnership, or are interested in contingent job roles within Facebook please contact Lucy Turner on lucy.turner@harveynash.com.

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