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Next Ventures is a multi-award winning, global I.T recruitment business, supplying specialist project teams to the Large Enterprise. Established in 2001 and now with 8 offices worldwide, our service is truly global with 70% of our business outside of the UK. Each of our offices is supported by a team of multi-lingual recruitment consultants who are all specialists in enterprise technology niches. Each consultant not only has excellent technology domain understanding, but a strong knowledge of local culture too, which underpins our ability to truly support our clients most challenging permanent and interim staffing needs.

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Paylocity | July 21, 2020

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Paylocity (NASDAQ: PCTY), a leading provider of cloud-based HR and payroll software solutions, today announces its new brand identity and website. The organization's new logo, tagline, overall branding and messaging better reflect its role as a trusted HR and payroll provider that cares deeply for its clients, partners and employees in moving forward together with a priority on people and company culture.The new brand highlights Paylocity's commitment to supporting its clients, esp...

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Microsoft | March 10, 2020

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PAYLOCITY ANNOUNCES NEW BRAND IDENTITY AND WEBSITE TO HELP ORGANIZATIONS PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK

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