Post placement support

Our commitment to our customers goes beyond just filling a role. We really do see it as a partnership so, once a placement’s been made, our consultants arrange post-placement meetings with both parties to ensure everything’s progressing well.

Should you have any concerns or feedback, rest assured we will move quickly to address this – after all, we’re looking to build a long and successful relationship with you.

Contractor management and compliance

As a division of the SThree Group, a FTSE listed business, we provide fully compliant solutions for the provision of contractors or consultants for tax, right to work and insurance purposes. When it comes to the IR35 law, we’re fully compliant and work with our candidates to ensure their IR35 status is accurate.

If you’re hiring a contractor, we’ll work with you to ensure your new hire adds value from day one. Our comprehensive on-boarding process means your new recruit will be fully briefed before they join your team or project. Not only that, we’ll also organise back office support for contractors, including online time sheeting, a dedicated payroll service and legal support.

If this sounds like the service you’d like from your recruitment partners, contact us today and tell us a little more about your requirements.

Reasonable care - the elephant in the room

16 Nov 2020

Are you taking reasonable care? One of the most important parts of the reform to off-payroll working is for the client to ensure that they take reasonable care when making a determination on the status of the worker. There’s an awareness of this important topic but it seems to be overlooked or in some cases completely ignored.

5 tips to avoid work related burnout

08 Sep 2020

In the following article we’ll discuss what burnout is, how to recognise it and tips that you can follow to prevent burnout.

New ways of working: five important soft skills to know about

01 Jun 2020

The new way of remote working has led to a growth in demand for certain soft skills, which break away from the more traditional skills we see as being ‘’highly sought after’’.