How do I register with Essential Recruitment?
September 10, 2014 - 10:35 am
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Step one: Call the office or mail your CV.
Before we do anything, we need to see a CV from you. You can call for more details, and we’ll ask a few questions before asking you to email across your CV.
You can find our contact details: Here or use our quick signup form: Here
Step two: Await our response.
When we’ve taken a look at your CV, and assessed whether or not we would be able to help you, we will get in touch to arrange a convenient time for us to meet.
Step three: Registration
We will ask you to attend our office for the registration process, bringing a form of identification as well as proof of your National Insurance number.
You will use these details to fill in our registration pack (containing personal details & a test) followed by a short interview. This is so we can firstly add you to our database of available candidates, match you to relevant positions and also to be able to pay you when you work for us.
The interview consists of a check over the paperwork, to ensure nothing has been missed, and also an assessment of who you are, what you’ve been doing and what you can do!
Step four: Await our call
We will be in touch when we have a suitable vacancy for you.
Things you should know:
We match roles to suitable candidates when we receive the booking from our client.
This means that rather than us performing a job search on your behalf, we match the roles we receive as they come in.
In addition to the plethora of clients we supply on a regular basis, we constantly reach our to local businesses in hope of supplying staff to them, so fear not – new vacancies come in all the time!
We will never take money off you. Our service is completely free to candidates. The only cost you could possibly incur would be if you decided to purchase a hi-vis vest or safety boots from us.
We do not take money off your wages in order to make a profit. We charge the client a fee on top of your wage instead, so that what you receive is that the client wants you to be paid. We have had temporary workers on £12+ per hour, and they get every penny! (Well, apart from what the tax man takes…)
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