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JUN Became onsite recruitment partner for DR Martens


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Became onsite itment partner for N Rushden


2016


JUN Became onsite recruitment partner for DR Martens


JAN New Client John Lewis Northampton


JAN New Client John Lewis Northampton


SEP Became onsite recruitment partner Paperchase


2017 2018


FEB Became onsite recruitment partner for URBN Rushden


2016 2017 2018


SEP Became onsite recruitment partner Paperchase


2020 2019


MAY John Lewis Milton Keynes become an onsite partner supplying over 400 temporary staff


Samsung, Dachser and John Lewis, and developed on-site recruitment partnerships with fi rms including Dr Martens, URBN and Paperchase.” ACS Recruitment provides permanent, part-time and temporary solutions for the industrial, commercial, engineering, technology and catering sectors. Each solution is bespoke and tailored to the client’s needs, regardless of the type of work or volume of staff required, and the team is always ready to adapt to a change in requirements. Chris explained: “T e logistics sector is a key part of our client base and one that has faced its own challenges over the past year, with e-commerce fl ourishing as people were forced to shop online, and many of our clients seeing order volumes and, therefore, an additional staffi ng need similar to that usually only associated with Christmas and Black Friday trading. “T e experience and knowledge we have built up over the years, and


the fantastic team we have put together, means that we can respond well to any circumstances and make sure our clients get the service they need.” Remaining active and responsive over the past year has also brought


a clearer understanding of how working practices have changed, probably for the long term, the opportunities that will bring. Short term, permanent recruitment may have plummeted and temporary vacancies suff ered from a period of uncertainty, but on the whole employers have found new ways of coping. “Recruitment has changed dramatically because employers have


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2020 2019


MAY John Lewis Milton Keynes become an onsite partner supplying over 400 temporary staff


AUG Expand in Peterborough Market with onsite at URBN outfi tters


AUG Expand in Peterborough Market with onsite at URBN outfi tters


FEB 10 year anniversary


FEB 10 year anniversary


2020 2021


2020 2021


adapted to the idea of people working from home,” said Chris. “Obviously, there are jobs that can’t be done at home, but where it is possible, it’s been shown to be workable and eff ective, and it opens up many opportunities in the recruitment sector. “For instance, you have the whole of the UK


market at your disposal. It doesn’t matter where someone is based if they are going to be working from home, so relocation may not be necessary, and so that widens the field of candidates. Similarly, from our point of view as an agency, we can increase our scope. We already work with candidates as far afi eld as Rochdale and Dartford and there’s no reason why we can’t build on that. We can communicate and operate just as well from a distance, and the idea of growing in that way is very exciting prospect. “As we celebrate our tenth anniversary, and a


year as sole owners in what has been the toughest year our generation has witnessed, we can see that we not only came through it but grew and fl ourished in that time.”


To fi nd out more about ACS Recruitment, call 01604 704058 or visit www.acsrecruitment.co.uk


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