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Recruitment and resourcing

We are experts in supplying highly competent candidates on a temporary or permanent basis to customers across a range of industries. We have significant experience in supplying white and blue collar personnel across multiple ‘high risk’ sectors, including rail, oil & gas, nuclear, power transmission & distribution and environmental & infrastructure.

Our flexible business model enables us to adapt to the specific challenges our customers face. For example, we frequently deploy resources to support our customer’s recruitment and resourcing efforts through the following standard engagement types:

Remote & shared support

Our clients' benefits from the shared knowledge and expertise of our recruitment & resourcing team in one of our recruitment hubs throughout the UK

Remote & dedicated support

All the benefits of remote & shared support, with additional support offered to the client through an individual customer sponsor to address their recruitment challenges on a one-to-one basis

Recruitment partner, dedicated support

All the benefits of remove & dedicated support, with additional support from an individual focal point, to be regularly present on site or in the office to support strategic recruitment planning

Full time implant, dedicated support

A common approach adopted by our long-term customers. Primat implants full time recruitment consultants to be fully immersed in our clients' business and culture, to support the recruitment efforts on a full time basis.

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