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Forces Recruitment Services (FRS) – the Specialist Recruiter for the Ex-Military Community - Announces a Joint Partnership with Pathfinder International Magazine.

The partnership sees FRS become Pathfinder’s official Recruitment Partner and cements  closer working ties between both organisations which have a combined 40 year’s specialism in providing guidance into civilian employment for former service personnel .

Pathfinder publisher and Editor in Chief, Michael Brash said, "After years of working informally with FRS, we at Pathfinder are very excited about the establishment of this partnership and look forward to working with the most experienced and respected ex-military recruitment business in the UK. Together our offering to both Service Leavers and Veterans will be unparalleled.

The first practical action sees the launch of a new, free monthly online magazine - 'Changing Career' which, as the name implies, provides advice and guidance to both employees and employers on making the 'next step' .

We aim to ensure that not only ex-service staff, but anyone considering changing job; as well as employers, HR professionals and hiring managers, will find something helpful in Changing Careers, commented FRS founder Graham Brown who goes on to say, “Forces Recruitment Services is delighted to partner with such a well-established and influential service magazine. As a partnership we can comprehensively offer education, training and recruitment advice and solutions to ex-servicemen and woman and employers”

An integral part of the new Partnership will also see FRS working closely with Pathfinder as promoters of the annual Resettlement Awards which take place in Manchester on 2nd November and at which the work of many businesses, organisations and individuals working with and within the ex military community is celebrated.

For further information on Changing Careers and the Resettlement Awards, click on the links below.

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Resettlement Awards –

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