Dear Berkshire College of Agriculture,
Please can you provide me with your total agency spend so far in the 2017/2018 academic year along with a breakdown of which agencies that have been used and how much has been spent per agency.
Please also provide the total spend for permanent recruitment at the college , including the split between advertising, agency fees (including which agencies) and transfer fees etc.
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Clerk to the Corporation | BCA
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(I am not usually in College on Monday and Friday)
We have spent £21,636 on agency staff so far this year, of which £21,067
was with Jambo and £569 was with 99Hippos.
Our permanent recruitment spend to date is £10,927 of which £8,100 was
with FE Jobs and the remainder was adverts in papers and magazines.
Berkshire College of Agriculture (‘BCA’)
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Dear Gioia Capuano,
Further to your freedom of information request regarding agency spend for
2017/2018, please find the information requested below:
Total agency spend for 2017/18 so far (as at 11^th June 2018): £21,636.00.
List of agencies used, plus spend per agency:
· Jambo: £21,067.20
· 99 Hippos: £568.80
Total spend for permanent recruitment for 2017/18 so far (as at 11^th June
· FE Jobs: £4,050.00
· Ambleglow: £2,703.00
· Yard and Groom: £96.00
· LinkedIn: £27.53
Agency Fees: £Nil
Transfer Fees: £Nil
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