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  • Over 15 years experience of supplying temporary labour in the local area
  • Friendly consultants in local branches offering 24/7 on call service
  • Temporary, permanent and contract solutions for your business
  • Full candidate validation including reference checking, Right to Work and skills testing
  • Biometric time and attendance systems available providing full visibility of staffing and costings
  • Full induction service available
  • Able to offer an onsite solution, providing a flexible extension your operation
  • Bespoke Training available including manual handling, health and safety, FLT training
  • PPE provided free of charge – Hi-vis Vest & Boots
  • Bespoke management information and KPI data available
  • Focus on candidate wellbeing – weekly reviews, group surgeries
  • Choose NRS, an experienced and trusted recruitment and job agency, with confidence

Proven experience sourcing personnel across all industries and roles

Getting to truly understand your ethos and culture, allows us to become long-term partners, providing the right people at the right time. Choose to work with an agency that delivers time and time again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is it worth using a recruitment agency?

    It is worth using a recruitment agency because they save employers time and money by finding the right candidates for your company. This is not easy and the people in your business are always the most important success factor. Recruitment Agencies have access to a large pool of qualified candidates and can guide you in how to attract the best people. Additionally, recruitment agencies have vast experience working with both employers and employees, so they can help you navigate the hiring process smoothly and efficiently.

  • How much does a recruitment agency cost?

    The costs of a recruitment agency can vary depending on the number of jobs they are trying to fill and the scarcity of candidates in the market. For example, if there is a lot of competition for talent, the agency may charge more to find the best candidates. On average, agencies typically charge between 15-25% of the first year’s salary for their services. Sometimes agencies also require a retainer fee or an upfront payment to cover advertising costs.

  • What does a recruitment agency do?

    A recruitment agency helps employers find suitable employees for their teams. They work on behalf of the employer, and usually have a large pool of candidates to choose from.

    The recruitment process usually begins with the agency understanding the business requirements and then creating the desired job description. Once the description is approved and advertised the agency will find candidates who match the employer’s job requirements. They then assess the candidates’ skills and qualifications and help the employer select the best person for the job.

    The recruitment agency also helps with onboarding new employees and provides support throughout the employment process.

  • Do recruitment agencies help you find a job?

    Yes, recruitment agencies can definitely help you find a job!

    They have the resources and contacts to help you connect with employers looking for candidates like you.

    As a candidate, you will typically meet with a recruiter to discuss your skills, experience, and career goals. They will then work with you to identify appropriate job opportunities. You should also receive guidance and feedback along the way to improve your chances of sealing the ideal job.

    Don’t forget that it’s important to be selective about which recruitment agencies you work with – do your research to make sure they have a good reputation and understand your needs.

  • What does agency work mean?

    Typically agency work means you work for a recruitment agency to do temporary work for their clients. In the UK, agency workers have certain rights under the Agency Workers Regulations.

    The agencies act as a go-between for businesses and workers. The business uses the agency to find workers for specific tasks or projects, and the worker uses the agency to find fast and flexible employment.

    The assumption with many agencies is that the worker is available for hire on a short-term basis. This can be for a day, a week, or even just a few hours. The nature of the work can be varied as well—from manual labour to office work and everything in between.

  • Is agency work a good idea?

    There’s no doubt that agency work can be a great way to build up your CV and get some fantastic experience under your belt. Not to mention a fast way to get income without the commitment of a permanent job. Working for an agency can also be great for networking, as you’ll get to meet lots of different people from all sorts of businesses.

    The downside of agency work is that it can be quite unpredictable – you might end up working long hours on one job, and then find yourself with nothing to do for a few days. This can make it difficult to manage your finances, as you won’t have a guaranteed income every month. With the job market, the way it is currently, NRS will be able to offer a job very quickly.

    If you’re thinking of doing some agency work, it would be to speak to people who have done it before and get their thoughts or speak to NRS for more information.

  • Do agency workers get paid more?

    Agency workers do not necessarily get paid more than permanent staff, but there is no law prohibiting employers from doing so. In some cases, agencies may charge their clients a higher rate for agency workers than they would for permanent staff. This is due to the fact that agencies often have to pay their workers a higher rate in order to attract and retain talent. However, this is not always the case, and it really depends on the specific industry and market conditions.

  • Can agency workers become permanent?

    Yes, it is possible for agency workers to become permanent employees.

    In some cases, an agency worker may be offered the opportunity to become a permanent employee after working for the company for a certain period of time.

    There are also times when an agency worker may be offered a permanent position if there is no longer a need for temporary workers within the company. This usually happens when the company is going through a period of growth and needs more employees than what can be sourced through an agency.

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