International Recruitment

We have a proven history of recruiting high quality international worker on both a temporary and permanent basis and we have a skilled International Recruitment Team who can assist clients through all aspects of a multifaceted international recruitment process and will ensure that any workers sourced are of the quality that clients expect and will not compromise service standards.

We attend international recruitment drives throughout Western and Eastern Europe to assist you in filling vacancies in geographical areas or professions with recognised shortages and will ensure that any workers sourced are of the required quality and will not compromise service standards. 


Our international recruitment campaigns are conducted in line with legislation ensuring we only recruit from countries which have a government led agreement/programme, and would not be negatively affected by the recruitment of the staff. The mutual recognition of various qualifications from Spain, Italy, Ireland, Greece & Portugal has previously facilitated a smooth transition for the selected candidates supplied via international recruitment projects; with most of the recruitment drives occurring in Romania, Greece, Spain, Hungary and Bulgaria.

Quality Assured

We ensure that all international workers have the required levels of qualification along with the relevant right to work clearance in the UK. Face to face interviews are conducted to ascertain a good standard of communication (both verbal and written).  Furthermore, to ensure that our international workers are of the highest quality, all candidate training and occupational health assessments are verified and only workers that meet or exceed our criteria will be presented to our clients.

The Recruitment Process

  • Confirm target countries
  • Work with business partners in creating a list of suitable candidates
  • Carry out clinical interviews, create short list and start the compliance process
  • Offers made and compliance checks process started
  • Assisting the candidates with the transition to the UK, accommodation set up and comfort checks
  • Week 1 induction
  • Week and month review of candidate suitability