An Aberdeen based Human Resource Service Company has been acquired by a team of seasoned HR Professionals

Bon Accord Employment Services, a provider of HR and payroll solutions has been acquired and re-branded to ACCORD Business Partnerships. Following its presence in Aberdeen, the acquisition allows the company to expand and offer its suite of HR services to all sectors of industry globally. ACCORD Business Partnerships are strategically positioned, providing clients with solutions across the entire employment spectrum have also obtained new west end premises due to an increased demand for its services and the company’s increasing growth.

Neil Carrington, Non-Executive Director and Chairman, ACCORD Business Partnerships said “We are a people-centric business which is strategically positioned to provide clients with solutions across the entire employment cycle and I like the very entrepreneurial mindset of our Directors, Audrey Batten and Donald MacKenzie, which perfectly fits ACCORD’s culture. Our new office facility at 1 Albyn Terrace will allow us to establish ourselves in line with our growth strategy.

Audrey Batten and Donald MacKenzie, Executive Directors, ACCORD Business Partnerships commented; “While the name, tagline and logo have changed to better represent what the company is today, ACCORD’s value proposition remains the same – our combination of knowledge, collaboration and openness with excellent client engagement and deeper industry expertise remains unique, and enables us to develop long-lasting and rewarding client relationships. The new ACCORD Business Partnerships logo evokes the clarity, value and durability of the traditional Bon-Accord Employment Services identity, evolving to a Lion’s Head with spokes emanating, which represents the broader offering of; HR Strategy & Planning, HR Support & Advice, Transactional HR, Value Added Approach, Resources, Crew Management & Logistics, Payroll and Specialist Consultancy Services”.

Audrey Batten continued “Using a Common Sense Approach, we bring structure back to basics in order to integrate a more sustainable support mechanism”.