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Danielle Fitzsimmons-Elliott, Resourcing Manager

Danielle joined LACE Partners in 2019 coming from financial services and insurance background. Danielle would describe herself as a 360 degree resourcing professional, having started her resourcing career in 2008 for a boutique recruitment agency in the city, later moving to a leading HR and Resourcing Outsourcer. Danielle has worked for a variety of FTSE 500 clients including Zurich Insurance and Santander fulling headhunting assignments to volume campaigns. Latterly moving into the London specialist insurance market working as a Resourcing Business Partner and Manager. Danielle’s hobbies include amateur interior design, consuming anything gourmet and being a general enthusiast for anything art related.

Skills

  • Networking and building relationships
  • Personality profiling up to Exec level
  • Talent acquisition  

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Blog
What does acceptable attrition look like? 
What does acceptable attrition look like? 

In this week’s blog we hear from LACE Partners CEO and Co-Founder Aaron Alburey on a topic never far from the HR Director’s agenda: attrition. He shares trends over time and discusses how you can get balance right between retaining talent and corporate memory but also...

Podcast
Podcast number 100! Highlights from our series
Podcast number 100! Highlights from our series

Today marks our 100th podcast from our HR on the Offensive series! Listen in to hear from the team about which episodes we enjoyed the most, which ones we recommend and also some bloopers from behind the scenes... We've enjoyed the journey so far and have loved...

Blog
Unsung heroes? Challenges in the payroll industry
Unsung heroes? Challenges in the payroll industry

Our community of senior payroll professionals is growing and recently got our members together to talk about challenges facing the sector. It was a fascinating debate covering everything from the comparative benefits of global vs. local systems to the impact hybrid...