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Tees Valley Mayor enjoys visit to Utility Alliance’s Hartlepool headquarters

5 March, 2019

UTILITY Alliance was delighted to welcome Tees Valley mayor Ben Houchen into the business this week to give him an insight into how the company operates. Mr Houchen spoke to directors Bob Moore, Darren Sutherland and Phill Moore on a number of issues, hearing how the company has enjoyed rapid growth since setting up four […]

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Utility Alliance named as one of the top 100 best companies to work for in the UK

22 February, 2019

UTILITY Alliance is delighted to announce that it has earned national recognition by being named as one of the Top 100 Companies to Work for in the UK. The honour comes after a long-running campaign which saw staff randomly surveyed by the Best Companies organisation, with all levels of the business coming under the spotlight. […]

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Redundant workers encouraged to consider relocation to Utility Alliance Yorkshire

21 February, 2019

UTILITY Alliance has some attractive relocation packages on offer for any staff affected by the sudden closure of a rival business. Utilitywise, based in North Tyneside, went into administration earlier this month resulting in hundreds of jobs being lost. Many of the staff who were made redundant have quickly secured roles with Utility Alliance after […]

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Ian responds to Utility Alliance’s social media promise to staff affected by rival closure

15 February, 2019

UTILITY Alliance’s promise to help staff affected by the sudden closure of a rival business has been praised by a worker who has secured a new role at our Hartlepool headquarters. Just 24 hours ago, Ian Edwards was one of more than 600 workers left facing an uncertain future after Utilitywise went into administration. But […]

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UA’s pledge to help redundant workers sparks a busy spell for recruitment team

15 February, 2019

OUR pledge to help out staff affected by the collapse of a Tyneside energy consultancy has proved to be a popular talking point over the last 24 hours. Since news broke that hundreds of staff were being made redundant, our recruitment team have been inundated with calls from workers who are keen to join the […]

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Utility Alliance sets up a specialist recruitment agency to help other businesses secure talent

29 January, 2019

UTILITY Alliance’s successful ongoing recruitment campaign over the last four years has led to the creation of an in-house specialist recruitment team. The energy consultancy, which operates from a headquarters at Hartlepool Marina, set up in February 2015 in a small office, has since grown to recruit more than 400 staff across its main site […]

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