We grow our clients' businesses by finding them amazing talent. Based in the Midlands, we have been growing since 2004 and have clients all over the UK and Europe.
Precision People is a specialist search, recruitment and consultancy services organisation, focussed on providing a range of recruitment and people solutions, to a wide spectrum of industry sectors, for client organisations nationwide and beyond.
Recruiting highly qualified candidates for senior-level appointments and executive jobs across the UK, US and Europe. Discover how we can help your business.
Specialists in recruiting Design, Project, Quality and Safety and Maintenance Engineers across the UK.
From Sales Support to Senior Business Development roles, Precision have a very high rate of success in placing the top sales talent across the whole of the UK.
Fast solutions for engineering and manufacturing environments, blue collar and trades, temporary and contract, East Midlands and UK wide. Unrivalled engineering recruitment from consultants who know your industry.
WE PUT THE RIGHT PEOPLE, IN THE RIGHT SEATS, FOR THE RIGHT REASONS.
A dynamic talent management and executive search consultancy that provides an integral link between the directors of growing businesses and high achieving candidates. Combining in-depth industry knowledge with the latest in talent resourcing and search methods.
Our team is comprised of specialist recruiters who know their industry inside out, ensuring a deep understanding of the specific skills and experience candidates need in order to fill the unique requirements of your vacancy, whether temporary, contract or permanent, from design to engineering recruitment.
Learn how to seek, hire and retain amazing talent. The people part of your business is probably where you spend most of your time dealing with difficult situations and having the most headaches. If you want to grow your business, why not hire us to help you?
Specialist Technical & Management staffing business Precision People has added to their growing contract team with the appointment of Principal Consultant, Chris Deverson.
Chris joins the growing team of five consultants in Precision’s contracts division, which specialises in blue and white collar contracting roles across the East Midlands and the UK.
Prior to joining Precision People Chris worked at ATA and SF for 15 years as Principal consultant.
Chris Deverson commented:-
‘I’m very excited to be joining this already well established and solid team, with an extensive client base. The team has maintained excellent relationships throughout the difficulties of the last year, and now as we’re seeing the market really start to gain traction once again, I look forward to the future, building on the client base and growing the contract division in line with the ambitious 5 year growth plans.”
The Leicester-based business provides recruitment services in the areas of engineering, technical, consultancy and sales, alongside executive search and has been operating in sectors including aerospace and automotive.
Phil Walker, Director of Precision People, said:
“Myself and the team are looking forward to Chris growing the contracting team - strategically for Precision, Chris is a great hire and he comes with a wealth of experience. Contract staffing is an important part of our five year growth strategy, which aims to equal the level of business that we currently have within our permanent division. We have recently launched a company wide share options scheme which has proven to be an attraction for experienced recruiters to join us on the journey..”
Commenting on the current jobs market, Phil stated:
“We have seen a full swing back to being inundated with new roles within our client base, and new customers are approaching us to work with them every week, to find key people to help their businesses get back on track.”
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As you know, many workers have started to venture back into offices across the country. As the numbers grow, there are some important questions your clients should be asking with regards to the lifts in their buildings:-
Large corporations in the bigger cities are planning to welcome all their staff back fully in September. This could lead to a surge in lift servicing needs and also repairs, as lifts left dormant or hardly used will be thrust back into full time use again.
Lifts in places such as churches, hospitality venues, will also have lifts laid dormant for a year and will need to be serviced and inspected. Hospital lifts may have had very little use where wards have been closed.
Plan your hiring needs now
Planning your recruitment for the coming months is easy. Why not get ahead of your competitors so your business is ready to cope with the Autumn rush?
For more information contact Lift & Escalator recruitment specialist, Sunny Moore on 0116 254 5411 or email email@example.com
After furlough and working from home for extended periods, many employees may be unmotivated
to return to the office after such a difficult year. While we’re all in unchartered waters at the
moment, motivation has always been key in boosting productivity, enhancing employee wellbeing
and the smooth continuation of business and so motivating staff as they start to return is a top
priority. As one of the best recruitment companies in Leicester, we’ve used our specialist knowledge
to put together some tips on how to best achieve this.
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing such unrest for such a long period of time in the UK, people
have established new patterns of behaviours both personally and professionally. By balancing home
and work life many have developed a more flexible working day and going straight back into the 9-5
world may not be entirely suitable for everyone, especially those who may have isolating family
members or children to consider. As an employee, it is important to be flexible and accommodate
these struggling team members where possible.
Some employees may have had their formal training cut short or their qualifications suspended and
maybe feeling a little behind. As soon as these can be continued, they should be, to get employees
up to speed and make true on commitments to improve their CV. Additionally, it may be necessary to
go over previous training and ensure everyone is familiar with what is expected of them.
Be clear! As recruitment companies in Leicester know all too well, the communication paths
between staff and managers have been disrupted by the pandemic and now with face-to-face
interactions able to take place, it’s important to establish connections and ensure that staff feel that
they can openly discuss things with you and each other.
Another way to gadge how your staff are feeling is to carry out a staff engagement survey - if you're not to sure how to go about this - we would be only to happy to help you - please call us on 0116 254 5411 for chat.
Since the start of the pandemic, employee assessments have slipped across the board, with many companies being unable to monitor performance remotely. However, they are still an important part of the recruitment journey, no matter how long the individual has been employed with the company and with many now returning to work, it’s important to reflect and push forward with these performance reviews. We’ve put together some tips for effective employee assessments below.
Tip 1 Reflect
It might be hard to envision all of the active projects or roles a person has played during the pandemic, particularly if they have been working from home for a long period of time, so an employee assessment opens up the opportunity to reflect. Ask them what they feel they achieved in the last year, what their most significant project has been and how they have felt dealing with these unprecedented times. This can help you both to create a better understanding of where they currently stand.
Tip 2 Do It Face to Face
Carry out employee assessments face to face where possible, as this allows for clear communication between both parties and allows for more honest discussions. It is important to remember though, that interaction may have been very minimal for employees and so don’t put too much pressure on them right away, as they are likely more nervous than they would usually be.
Tip 3 Be Honest
Nobody likes to be the bearer of bad news, but if an employee is underperforming or needs to improve, it is important to get this across to them. Be sensitive in your words and lead with how they can do better, rather than how they may have been lacking. This approach will give them the resources they need to progress, without forcing them to dwell on any negativity.
If you need any help with any of these our experienced consultants will be happy to have a chat about how to tackle any issues you maybe facing with your team and how we might be able to help.
Contact us today through the chat, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0116 254 5411.