Irwin Mitchell And Barclay Jones Host Event For Recruitment Leaders In Yorkshire

Key Event Designed to Help Recruitment Agencies Strategically Develop Their Business


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Irwin Mitchell’s Leeds office at Wellington Place, will host its next quarterly round table breakfast seminar on 5th March, targeted at senior recruitment professionals across Yorkshire.

Padma Tadi from Irwin Mitchell, along with Lisa Jones from Barclay Jones, will be running the free event, which is aimed at directors of recruitment agencies. The sessions are designed to help like-minded business owners and leaders understand the latest techniques, tools and technology available, to be successful in a competitive market and as well as network. 

Padma, an employment lawyer at Irwin Mitchell’s Leeds office, advises a range of employers from SMEs to PLCs, including many employment businesses and agencies. Lisa, on the other hand, has had first-hand experience and a great insight of working in many recruitment agencies and now works with such agencies on optimising their recruitment technology and social media strategies for business growth and lead generation.

Expert Opinion
There is a shortage of good quality events for senior recruitment professionals in Yorkshire and we are delighted to host this event with Barclay Jones. Both Lisa and I agree that the time that we spend with recruiters really inspires us but we often see many wasted opportunities for such agencies to operate more efficiently and effectively. At this event, we therefore want to share our thoughts on what we would do if we owned a recruitment agency. Lisa will look at areas such as digital marketing, business process, recruiter efficiency, and I will touch upon how to incentivise employees and the use of restrictive covenants to protect the agency."
Padma Tadi, Associate

For further information about the event, please click on the following link. If you are interested in attending a session, please contact Padma Tadi on 0113 220 6239 or at