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Welcome to the Recruitment section of our website

Are you are an employer looking for hard working reliable staff to work for you in the UK or Europe, we may be able to help you. We provide an online recruitment service to you using our membership database, partners and regular advertising Europe wide. Our candidate sourcing services are aimed primarily at small and medium sized(SME) owner run businesses as well as private households.

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Care staff recruitment

Nurse recruitment

Nanny Staff

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1. Housekeepers 2. Care Assistants(Care Homes) 3. Live in Carers
4. Nanny 5. Nurses(RGN) & Auxillary(nursing homes) 6. General Assistants
7. Office Staff 8. Multilingual Staff 9. Small Hotel workers
10. Catering & Hospitality 11. Bars & Restuarant Staff 12. Hotel/ Guest house workers
A Selection of our Employment and Educational Articles
Possible Consequences of Brexit on Care Homes and NHS

Could the UK Healthcare system survive without EU Nurses and Carers?

Differences in Minimum Wage compared across Europe

Club fire highlights problems in Romanian Healthcare System

Benefits of Recruiting a Live in Nanny

Basic Polish for Beginners - Part 3

Differences in National Minimum Wage Compared Across Europe
Many countries in Europe operate under a set statutory minimum wage that ensure that workers get paid a reasonable salary. The minimum wage is important as it prevents the exploitation of such people by unscrupulous businesses and employers.

Polish Employee Rights - Anna's Case Study
When I started my job as a food packer, nobody would tell me how much I ’would earn. Other Polish people at the factory in Leeds complained of very long shifts. Already, I ’had paid the employment agency £60 ‘administrative costs’, plus more for my flat and transport to work. Then I found out that, after deductions, I’ would get less than £100 for a full month'’s work.

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