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YPO launches new flexible framework for HR services

Paul Smith, Executive Director – YPO

Paul Smith, Executive Director – YPO

YPO, the UK’s largest publicly owned buying organisation, has launched a new framework to support HR services across the public sector. The HR Services and Solutions framework provides a compliant and value driven route to market for public sector organisations procuring managed services for contingent labour, consultancy, permanent recruitment services and HR support solutions.

The framework was developed following consultation with professionals from across the public sector, many of whom highlighted the need for a framework which supports spot buying of services and the flexibility to create bespoke HR solution in a variety of areas.  The framework expands on current choices in the market, while allowing for innovation and flexibility to create ‘outcome driven’ solutions.

Paul Smith, Executive Director – YPO said: “We recognise that our customers across the public sector have different HR requirements, which is why it was important that we took the time to engage with these customers to listen and understand their specific needs. As a result, we are confident that we have developed a new framework which truly reflects these needs. By providing a solution that can provide all HR services, the framework will allow public sector organisations to ensure they have a cost efficient and flexible way of delivering and managing HR requirements.”

YPO supplies public sector organisations with products and frameworks, and is 100% publicly owned, meaning that all profits are returned to YPO customers and member authorities. The organisation’s range includes over 30,000 products and 80 frameworks, covering everything from pens and pencils, computers and furniture to electricity and insurance.

For further information on the new HR Framework, please go to www.ypo.co.uk/hrsolutions

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