£12.5m double deal gives Exult outsourcing edge

first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Exult has signed a further two deals to provide HR services, boosting itspresence in the outsourcing market.The provider, which last month signed a £370m five-year contract to take onBP Amoco’s administrative HR functions, will handle personnel services for carparts firm Tenneco Automotive and packing company Pactiv. The combined cost ofthe deals is $20m (£12.5m).The US-based organisations have 24,000 and 17,000 employees respectively anda combined turnover of $5.4bn (£3.4bn).Under the three-year deal with Pactiv, Exult will take over the company’sclient service centre. It will use the site to provide HR services to BP Amoco and future clients.Exult is building two service centres in the UK in the wake of the BP Amocodeal, its first major HR outsourcing contract.David Cook, Europe, Middle East and Africa leader of PricewaterhouseCoopersHR outsourcing division, said interest in HR services had grown significantlyin the past two months.But he said the HR industry does not yet understand how outsourcing HR willwork.”They think of IT outsourcing, where companies drop in and take overthe entire function. HR is not like that,” he said. £12.5m double deal gives Exult outsourcing edgeOn 25 Jan 2000 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

Sania Mirza helps raise Rs 1.25 crore for people in need during 21-day lockdown

first_imgMumbai: Tennis star Sania Mirza on Monday said she has been helping raise Rs 1.25 crore in one week which will help close to 1 lakh people in need during the 21-day lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic.”The last week we have tried as a team to provide some help to the people in need..we provided food to thousands of families and raised 1.25 Crore in one week which will help close to 1 Lakh people.its an ongoing effort and we are in this together,” Sania said in a tweet.Sania had stepped forward to raise money to provide food and other basic necessities for the daily wage workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.Due to the lockdown and curfews, the informal sector has been badly affected and those who depend on daily wages are struggling to provide for their families.Sania had shared a video last week on her social network supporting the Safa organisation and pledged to donate and asked people to make a contribution for the workers during this tough time.”In this difficult time that the world is going through, we are privileged to be able to sit at home, in comfort and wait for everything to be ok again… there are thousands of people who aren’t that lucky enough and it’s our responsibility to take care of them in whatever capacity we can,” said Sania.”Together with Safa and a few other people we hope to help as many families as possible in this difficult time and make a little bit of a difference,” she added. IANSAlso Read: COVID-19 impact: Sania Mirza steps forward to raise funds for daily wage workersAlso watch: CPRO of NFR, Suhanan Chand speaks about Corona Virus to The Sentinel, Watch the full videolast_img read more