Provident Financial Group Appoints The Curve Group in Multi-Million Pound Project HR Outsource Deal | The Curve Group: Talent Management Specialists Provident Financial Group Appoints The Curve Group in Multi-Million Pound Project HR Outsource Deal | The Curve Group: Talent Management Specialists

Provident Financial Group Appoints The Curve Group in Multi-Million Pound Project HR Outsource Deal

Posted on March 15, 2017

The Curve Group, one of the UK’s fastest-growing Recruitment and HR Outsourcing companies, announces today that it has been appointed to provide Recruitment and Training Outsource services to Provident Personal Credit Limited, which is part of the Provident Financial Group. Founded in 1880, Provident Personal Credit is the largest home credit business in the UK & Ireland, serving c.1 million customers with loan products in the convenience of their home.

The Curve Group will be managing a large-scale campaign for the business; assisting it in, engaging and on-boarding some 3,000 Customer Experience Managers across the UK in 2017 this will include delivering a training program to all those engaged in the new roles which amounts to over 17,000 delegate training days.

Commenting on the appointment, Graham Pye, Head of HR Operations, Provident Financial plc said “We are delighted with our selection of The Curve Group as theirexpertise in Financial Services and the breadth of services that they offer across the HR spectrum will allow all of our requirements to be met by one provider. The energy, pace and impact they bring to the table confirms the fact that we chose the right partner for our needs.”

Lyndsey Simpson, co-owner, The Curve Group comments, “2017 is an incredibly exciting year for Provident as it rolls out a market-leading digital platform and new operating model. We are delighted to be supporting it with this significant workforce transformation project and being both the engine and the strategic partner that enables it to be a Magnet for Talent©, engaging and retaining the best talent for their business.”

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