Partnership with Employers
Transparency, collaboration, inclusivity, flexibility, empathy and professionalism are our key values.
Successful recruitment is about finding the best people to help your business achieve and grow in a way aligned to your corporate values and aspirations. To help you recruit successfully, we don’t just want to have a list of requirements to work on. It’s important that we get to understand your business drivers and what you want to achieve, as well as your technical and cultural environment and why it’s great to work for your company. That way we can help you plan the best approach to recruitment and advise on how to attract the right talent for you.
We will learn and understand your technical environment, your development approach, your organisational structure and culture, employee benefits, remuneration and employee development approach.
Communication throughout the recruitment process is key and with a tailored service level agreement to suit your teams way of working and recruitment timescales we can ensure your applicants are managed in a way to keep them fully engaged with your company through to offer and joining your company.
We will agree service levels between us so that you know what to expect from us and when and we know what to expect from you and when. This helps to clarify roles and keep your business teams fully on board and up to date with the recruitment process. By keeping to a process and timelines defined in our service level agreement with you, this also ensures we can keep candidates engaged in the recruitment process and more likely to accept an offer.
Your contact with us will mainly be through a single account manager. We can work with one or several of your contacts but often it works best if general liaison and the administration of CVs, interviews, contracts and offer letters is through your HR contact(s) while the definition of the role requirements and interview feedback is with the manager who will make the decision on who to employ. We act as both an Employment Agency (for permanent jobs) and an Employment Business (for contract roles) as defined by the “Conduct Of Employment Agencies And Employment Businesses Regulations 2003”.