Frazer Jones Milan services the HR market in Southern Europe which includes Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Turkey. We are a global leading specialist HR recruitment consultancy with a network of 11 international offices, and our Milan team recruit across a variety of sectors, in particular, FMCG and retail.
Our consultants have experience in the recruitment of HR Generalists through to HR Business Partner roles and offer consultancy and staffing solutions on internal exercises such as restructuring departments, employer branding and talent retention, learning & development.
We leverage relationships from our global database and offices worldwide. Our HR network in both Italy and Southern Europe is also fast-growing thanks to our social media presence and attendance at HR conferences and events. Our ability to facilitate a search and move anywhere in the world sets us apart from the rest.
As a specialist global HR Recruiter, we opened our doors in London in 1996 and now have 11 offices worldwide.Learn more
We host a variety of HRD and learning workshop events throughout the year across the world. Would you like to be involved? Get in touch.Learn more
Our social purpose programme involves some great initiatives such as our "HR Volunteer Network". We are delighted to be rolling out some of this great work across the world very soon.Learn more
Global HR Spotlight
Posted July 2019
Every year, Frazer Jones surveys their senior global HR network asking questions about the current market and trends. Last year our Global HR Spotlight focused on the current shape and scope of the people and talent arenas, identifying global trends, challenges and opportunities with regional var...Continue Reading
International Women's Day: Q&A with Annalisa Sala
Posted March 2019
How do you think the confidence gap affects women? I was reading that research has identified that starting at age five many girls are less likely than boys to view their own gender as smart and begin to lose confidence in their own competence. Cultural stereotypes, implicit biases and representa...Continue Reading