At Kameo Recruitment we are passionate about collaborating with charitable organisations and building sustainable, genuine partnerships. We are keen to use our skills, time, resources and financial donations to make a difference across East Anglia.
Our Core Values
Our core values are not only fundamental to the way we do business at Kameo Recruitment but equally important to the way in which we engage with and support the needs of our local community. Using our expertise to assist where we can, we are committed to our corporate social responsibility and we view this action as a responsible way to do business.
Empowering people is at the heart of what we do and we are passionate about assisting others to reach their full potential and be the best that they can be. We are proud to support local organisations across both Cambridgeshire and Suffolk that share our vision.
Our Work with Careers
Form the Future
Form the Future, a social enterprise based in Cambridge, has been working with local schools within Cambridge and the Greater Cambridge region since 2015 to support their careers and work-related learning activity. Its aim is essentially to bridge the gap between schools and businesses, by helping students to prepare for their future after school and to help businesses recruit their future talent. In order to achieve this, Form the Future has an ongoing programme of careers events at schools across the region, runs a mentoring programme and assists students with work experience, as well as providing a careers advisory service.
Sharon has been working with Form the Future for over five years, in September 2019 Sharon became an Enterprise Advisor for the social enterprise, where she supports Cottenham Village College with their careers programme. Commenting on her involvement, Catherine Hay, Events and Relationship Manager at Form the Future, said, “Thank you very much to Sharon at Kameo Recruitment for your ongoing support in 2018. You have helped so many students with your advice on CV writing and Interview Skills and have given numerous Mock Interviews too, always with a smile and a “can-do” attitude. We are lucky to have you on board and look forward to working with you and the Kameo Team in 2019!
The New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Network
(Bury St. Edmunds Office)
The New Anglia Enterprise Adviser Network works across the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk; connecting employers with schools and colleges. Their aim is ensuring every student has at least one positive industry experience every year they are at school, because research suggests the more contact employers have at school, the better their life chances. Students who have employer engagement experiences tend to earn up to 18% more in full-time employment than colleagues who had no engagement with employers.
Kameo Recruitment are passionate about inspiring young people and do all we can to prepare them for the world of work, the Enterprise Adviser Network allows us to do this across Suffolk and Norfolk from our office in Bury St. Edmunds.
Our Work with Domestic Abuse
We are committed to working with employers across the nation who are ready to acknowledge that domestic abuse is a workplace issue.
Cambridge Women's Aid
Cambridge Women’s Aid was established in 1977 and provides dedicated and specialist services to women and children affected by domestic abuse.
Kameo Recruitment has been supporting Cambridge Women’s Aid since 2018 raising awareness of domestic abuse and supporting their Freedom Programme; in August 2019 Sharon became an “Ask Me Ambassador” where she was given the resources and tools to listen to and direct domestic abuse survivors to specialist support.
Kameo Recruitment regularly partner with Cambridge Women’s Aid running seminars across Cambridgeshire, which aim to educate businesses on domestic abuse. Our collaborative mission is to be a partner for those businesses, helping them to understand what they can do to raise awareness of domestic abuse, and how they can be a support system to employees who are currently, or have suffered from domestic abuse in the past
Domestic Abuse Alliance
The Domestic Abuse Alliance provides FREE legal support and assistance to victims of domestic abuse. Sharon Livermore, alongside some well-known names in the UK film and television industry, became an official campaigner of the DA Alliance in August 2020. Each individual campaigner has their own story of strength and they are all striving toward a common goal of raising awareness of domestic abuse in our society.
Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse
EIDA is a growing network of employers, from various sectors, working collectively to take action on domestic abuse. They help employers better care for their employees by implementing effective internal policies on domestic abuse.
Kameo Recruitment became an EIDA member in August 2020, we are committed to supporting their mission to share resources and best practices with other Cambridgeshire businesses, in the hope that they too will recognise the importance of our cause and begin to implement positive changes within their businesses too.