With the governments furlough scheme nearing an end the threat of redundancies is becoming more and more real for some.

There is still some uncertainly with regards to business, some employers are finding that they have to make redundancies.  Why are they doing this?  Survival?  Reduction in services or products offered?

Having said that we are seeing that more clients than ever before are coming to us for both temporary and permanent staff, why?  We strongly believe in the service we provide assists both clients and applicants alike to support both parties during this difficult time.   The first place people go if they have been made redundant is a recruitment agency and being the largest independent agency in Somerset we are getting literally hundreds of calls and emails a week.

So what does this mean for employers and local businesses?  It means that we have access to some superb candidates who are looking for work NOW, all of which have still been fully interviewed, referenced checked and registered with us. These candidates may not have been looking for work at the start of the year but since Covid-19 they are now needing that support from us at One Step Recruitment.  Typical candidates that we are seeing currently are:

  • Engineers
  • Catering and Hospitality staff
  • Office staff including administrators, customer service and accounts
  • Legal Secretaries
  • Call centre staff

So like several other clients that have thought outside the box rather than just advertising a role and having to trawl through all the applicants.  Come to us and we will send you the best and most suited candidate relevant to the actual role.  Better still there is no fee for seeing CV’s or profiles we send you, equally no fee for interviewing.  So what do you have to loose?

Call us today to discuss in more detail or simply go to our ‘Post a Vacancy’ page (https://onesteprecruitment.co.uk/posting-a-vacancy/) and find out more about our service and how we can help your business thrive like many others and also assist those out of employment.