Recruitment giant Reed launches new venture to help tackle net zero skills gap

James Murray
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Credit: Reed Environment

Reed Environment aims to deliver on the UK’s largest networks of green skills providers

Recruitment giant Reed Group has today launched Reed Environment, a new venture designed to help tackle the UK's worsening net zero skills shortage. The business will operate within the company's Reed...

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