Inside Right proud to have played a part in 2019 Parliamentary Review
The joint Managing Directors of a Wolverhampton-based recruitment agency have said they are “incredibly proud” to see their business and their team feature in this year’s Parliamentary Review.
Ben Jones and Luke Walton are the joint Managing Directors of Inside Right, a recruitment agency who specialise in finding both temporary and permanent staff for a range of manufacturing and engineering clients across the West Midlands and the wider UK.
Inside Right launched in August 2015 with support from The Recruit Venture Group, the largest venture partner of their kind in the UK.
The duo were delighted to have been asked to take part in the 2019 Parliamentary Review, which was co-chaired by Lord David Blunkett and Lord Eric Pickles and serves as an indispensable guide to industry best practice.
Ben Jones said: “All of us at Inside Right were proud to have been selected to participate in ‘The Parliamentary Review 2019’; it was a great opportunity for the business, and for us as individuals.
“The Review annually invites select businesses to showcase their best practice as a learning tool to the public and private sector, so we were honoured to see our business chosen.
“It’s been really positive for business and our candidates and clients have loved hearing about the process and what we have been doing as part of The Review.”
The main aims of The Review are to demonstrate how organisations and individuals have become outstanding leaders in their field and how they have responded to challenges within the industry, sharing best practice as a template for reform.
Inside Right’s directors told The Review that “a lack of vocational experience amongst younger generations is having a damaging effect on the recruitment sector”.
Luke Walton, reflected, “It has been great to have played a part in something so important and to have been able to attend the publication of the review, at the Terrace Pavilion; within the House of Commons, was an overwhelmingly positive experience”.
“It was a memorable evening at Westminster which marked the beginning of this year’s process, especially when we got the chance to meet the superb guest speakers who included political commentator and TalkRadio breakfast show host, Julia Hartley-Brewer, and also the national icon and 1966 World Cup legend, Sir Geoff Hurst.”