Gary ParsonsManaging Director
- Talent Acquisition Strategies
- Growth Strategies
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Workplace Health & Resilience
- Leadership Strategy & Development
With over 12 years of experience in staffing, recruitment, business planning, marketing, operations, and business analysis, Gary has the breadth and depth of experience needed to quickly understand entrepreneurs’ businesses and craft the most effective and sustainable people solutions.
Talk Staff Group continues to inspire the industry, through a consultative approach to challenges and recognising that great people can build great businesses. Through this thinking we create unlimited results for our clients.
Before co-founding Talk Staff Group in early 2009, Gary built up experience within other industries. Previously, Gary held various positions including that at Spring Personnel (now part of Adecco Group) and was one of the founding members of the online marketing team at MoneySuperMarket.com. He has been part of a number of startups and this experience has led Talk Staff Group to its continued success.
Pensions re-enrolment is a legal requirement and companies cannot afford to get this wrong. Here we look at some tips that may assist companies to comply with their requirements. 1. Be prepared in advance for re-enrolment Companies should ensure that they choose their cyclical re-enrolment date well in advance, and that they are ready toJuly 2, 2020
Before an employee starts, it’s important to check the identity of the worker and make sure that they have valid Right to Work in the UK. However, as part of the challenges faced by employees since the UK lockdown was introduced in March 2020, it was identified that employers would struggle to carry out these checks when their new employees are either working remotely at home or unable to handle documents before starting at sensitive onsite work premises.June 11, 2020
In May 2020, Talk Staff’s Managing Director Gary Parsons spoke with the East Midlands Chamber and to highlight an important challenge that businesses were facing and particularly in the professional services sector – including HR, Payroll and Accountancy.June 4, 2020