Recruitment & Search

Search and Recruitment

Founded in 1996, Frazer Jones is one of the world's most distinctive Human Resources recruitment brands, with offices in London, Amsterdam, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Milan, Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney and New York. We recruit across the entire HR spectrum including generalist HR, Learning & Development, Talent, OD, Recruitment, Employee/Industrial Relations, HR Systems, Change and Reward.

We deliver both a retained and result orientated/contingent service for clients depending on the seniority of the position and nature of the search. We are proud to say we can tailor what we deliver based on the needs of our clients when it comes to sensitivity, unique candidate requirements, market insight and benchmarking needs.



Where we create a culture of understanding and inclusion internally, diversity naturally becomes central to our recruitment practice. Engaged employees from diverse backgrounds help us deliver a more innovative and personal service to our clients.

Our Diversity and Inclusion programme is simple: for us, it's about doing the right thing and creating a working environment in which all of us have equal opportunities. As evidenced in our company value of Authenticity, we strive for an open, diverse and inclusive working environment where everyone has a voice and is able to be their true self at work.

Social mobility is central to our D&I agenda. We recognise the need to diversify our workforce in a range of ways and this includes recruiting from a broader spread of sources than has been the case historically.

We have looked at the entry criteria for new employees and placed the focus more on potential and practical experience rather than academics. This provides more of an even playing field and provides us with access to a much wider pool of talent.

We understand that we have a critical role to play in improving best practice throughout the recruitment process, becoming a credible recruitment partner to our clients and in turn supporting them in the development of their own D&I strategy.