In a significant stride towards realising their ambitious growth plans following a recent £10.2 million investment, HDM Solar, the leading wholesaler of renewable energy products, has forged an exclusive partnership with Multitask Personnel, a leading Energy & Renewables sector focused recruitment consultancy.

As a national firm, HDM Solar focus on supporting all of the UK’s Solar installers, not only with the very best value products, but with dedicated free technical advice, quick delivery to site or warehouse, and a customer service department to take away the stress of managing manufacturers and product demands.

Multitask Personnel have a proven track record of supporting their clients with their growth objectives, with the Rotherham based recruitment consultancy's solid database of industry-specific candidates positioning them as the ideal partner for HDM Solar's recruitment needs.

Claire Lee, Managing Director of Multitask Personnel comments: "We are delighted to be selected as HDM Solar's exclusive recruitment partner. Our specialist Energy & Renewables division, coupled with our extensive experience in facilitating growth for companies, uniquely positions us to meet HDM's requirements."

HDM Solar, a company at the forefront of the renewable energy sector, recognised the pivotal role that a robust workforce plays in achieving their strategic objectives. Adam Firth, Managing Director of HDM Solar, acknowledged the significance of partnering with Multitask Personnel for their recruitment needs.

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Adam Firth adds: "As we embark on this exciting phase of growth, having the right people on board is crucial. Multitask Personnel's expertise in the Energy and Renewables sector, coupled with their tailored approach to recruitment, aligns perfectly with our vision for the future."

Multitask Personnel's meticulous selection process ensures that only the most qualified and skilled candidates are presented to HDM Solar. This bespoke approach aligns seamlessly with the specific needs of the energy and renewables industry, facilitating the integration of new talent into HDM Solar's dynamic team.

The exclusive nature of the partnership signifies the depth of commitment on both sides. Multitask Personnel is not merely a service provider but an extension of HDM Solar's team, working collaboratively to attract, assess, and onboard the best industry talent.

As HDM Solar sets its sights on expansion and innovation in the renewable energy landscape, the strategic partnership with Multitask Personnel highlights the importance of aligning with experts who understand the industry.

This collaboration aims to help HDM Solar achieved further growth, with a workforce that reflects the company's commitment to sustainability, innovation, and excellence. Multitask Personnel's dedicated Energy & Renewables division, strengthened by a wealth of experience from Claire and the team, ensures that HDM Solar not only secures the best employees but also continue to be valuable contributors to driving positive change in the renewable energy sector.

For further information about either company, visit their websites here: www.multitaskpersonnel.co.uk and www.hdmsolar.co.uk

Sector: Energy & Renewables

Duration: Ongoing

Background: Our client is an award-winning UK Energy company

Roles filled: Solar Roofers, Electricians, Operations planners, Stock Admin, Operations Managers, Team managers, Director level roles, Policy & compliance.

Locations: Nationwide

Hiring process

Types of recruitment and roles

Permanent recruitment for Management, Technical and Business support roles, Nationwide.

Our customer is growing at a rapid rate and as such, have a volume of vacancies across their installations business from Solar Roofers and EV Electricians through to Compliance, Team, and Operations Management, plus Director level roles.

We work closely with the hiring managers, who will call or email to inform us of current requirements, enabling us to gain as much information as we can by going through the roles, salaries, benefits, interview dates and ensure we are clear on the person specification to best match their requirements.

Volume recruitment – Technical and Business Support roles

We have recruiters focused on higher volume technical and office support roles, who advertise the roles across all social media channels and job boards, search CV databases, and contact anyone suitable on our own database to carry out thorough interview screening with potential applicants to assess suitability and fully brief them on the role and company.

If they are deemed suitable, we then take them through our compliance process, gaining copies of any qualifications, driving licence and ID, RTW etc. They are then booked onto a client assessment day and receive a formal email interview confirmation.

Headhunting and Recruitment – Management and Specialist roles

We have recruiters who focus on Management and Specialist roles for the business and our Managing Director, Claire Lee works on Director level roles. We discuss the vacancy in detail with the hiring manager, to understand what type of experience and the person they require, what the interview process will look like, the overall package, any additional benefits, and then go to market to find them suitable candidates. 

We initially utilise our database of industry specific candidates to assess if any of these candidates are the right cultural fit for the business, then we also look to headhunt for suitable candidates utilising our industry contacts and LinkedIn.

Building a new client relationship

Prior to working with this client, we visited their offices in the South-East to meet some of the senior management team and build up a good understanding of the business, their growth plans, its people and their culture.

On a weekly basis, for volume recruitment we hold a Teams meeting with the hiring managers, where we provide a tracker of candidates who have attended assessment days, fill ratios and discuss upcoming locations for assessment days, discussing any feedback, new requirements and any issues from either side can be raised then.

For Management and Specialist roles we have a weekly catch up with the hiring manager to discuss outstanding CVs, interviews arranged, candidate feedback, any offers and new requirements or focus areas.

"Multitask are able to provide varying levels of candidate for our rapidly expanding business, ensuring not only do they hold the correct qualifications and experience but that they are the right cultural fit. The team are professional yet down to earth and are extremely motivated, a real pleasure to work with. Keep up the hard work!"

Field Operations Director

South Yorkshire based recruitment business, Multitask Personnel has expanded its service offering with a new division and team of highly experienced recruitment professionals focussed on providing an outstanding service to candidates and clients within the energy and renewables sector.

As an established recruitment business operating within the M&E and Utilities sector for over 13 years it was a natural step for us to align our business offerings to support this exciting industry, Multitask Personnel plays a pivotal role in working with the best talent and companies, now with a specific emphasis on renewable energy sources.

The company engages with a diverse range of positions in the industry with recruiters focussed on a certain skill and type of role from engineer level to business support and executive level roles, working with some rapidly expanding companies across solar PV, battery storage, heat pumps, EV charging and metering.

By bridging the gap between talented individuals and the dynamic needs of the energy & renewables industry, Multitask Personnel aims to facilitates the growth and success of companies and organisations committed to advancing renewable energy solutions. This collaboration reflects the company’s commitment to contributing to a sustainable and environmentally conscious future through its recruitment services.

Headed up by Managing Director, Claire Lee, and newly promoted Recruitment Manager, Faye Tune, who have over 40 years combined experience in the recruitment sector, the move enables both Multitask Personnel and their clients to future proof their businesses and facilitate their rapid growth plans.

Clare Lee, Managing Director at Multitask Personnel comments: "I'm excited to announce our strategic expansion into the energy and renewables sector. As a recruitment partner, we play a pivotal role in placing individuals across various roles, from renewable energy production to policy development and installations.

“Having worked across Utilities and M&E for over 10 years, we are very adaptable to clients who have naturally moved into these sectors, so this move reflects our foresight and dedication to driving positive change in the energy sector. We look forward to making a meaningful impact and contributing to the success of individuals and organisations committed to advancing renewable energy solutions."

Further information about Multitask Personnel’s new recruitment service to the Energy & Renewables sector can be found here.

Multitask Personnel, a leading recruitment consultancy based in Rotherham, is delighted to announce the addition of a new team member, Lennon Wilson, who has joined as a Business Administration Apprentice, reaffirming the company’s commitment to providing opportunities for young talent and fostering professional growth within the community.

Lennon Wilson, an enthusiastic and driven individual, has taken the first step in his career by joining Multitask Personnel on an apprenticeship scheme. In this role, Lennon will play a crucial part in the company's back office administration, supporting the daily operations of this busy and dynamic recruitment firm.

Claire Lee, Managing Director of Multitask Personnel comments: "We are thrilled to welcome Lennon to our team. At Multitask Personnel, we believe in investing in the future and are dedicated to providing opportunities for young individuals to kickstart their careers. Lennon's energy and passion will undoubtedly contribute to the continued growth and success of our company."

Lennon Wilson adds: "I am thrilled to be joining Multitask Personnel as a Business Admin Apprentice. This is an incredible opportunity, and I am eager to learn and contribute to the company's success. I am grateful to Multitask Personnel for this opportunity and look forward to being a part of the team."

To learn more about Lennon Wilson and his role at Multitask Personnel, you can visit his profile on the company website.

Multitask Personnel remains dedicated to connecting talented individuals with rewarding career opportunities while fostering the professional growth of young talent within the Rotherham community. This latest addition of Lennon Wilson to their team aligns with their long-term commitment to this mission.

In the competitive world of job hunting, an interview is your chance to shine and make a lasting impression. To ensure you are well-prepared and confident, it's essential to conduct thorough research and anticipate the questions you might be asked.

At Multitask Personnel, we're committed to helping you every step of the way, from finding the right role to preparing you for interviews. In this blog, we'll guide you through the key areas you need to research and the top interview questions, as well as the questions you should ask and be prepared to answer.

Researching for Your Interview

1. Company research

Understanding the company you're interviewing with is crucial. Research the company's history, mission, values, products, and recent news. This knowledge not only demonstrates your genuine interest but also allows you to tailor your answers to align with the company's culture and goals.

2. Role and responsibilities

Study the job description in detail. Analyse the key responsibilities and qualifications required for the role. Be ready to provide examples from your experience that demonstrate your ability to meet these requirements.

3. Industry trends

Stay up-to-date with industry trends and developments. This knowledge will showcase your industry expertise and your potential contribution to the company's growth.

4. Interviewer's background

If possible, research your interviewer. LinkedIn and company websites can provide valuable information about their background and professional journey. Knowing who you'll be speaking with can help build a connection.

5. Your own CV

Be prepared to discuss your own CV. Familiarise yourself with the details of your work history, achievements, and any gaps in employment. The more confidently you can discuss your own experiences, the better.

Top Interview Questions

1. Tell me about yourself.

This is often the first question asked. Provide a brief overview of your professional background and skills.

 2. Why do you want to work for our company?

Demonstrate your understanding of the company's values and how they align with your career goals.

3. What are your strengths and weaknesses?

Highlight your strengths and how they benefit the company. When discussing weaknesses, show how you're actively working to improve.

4. Can you give an example of a challenging situation at work and how you resolved it?

Use the STAR[1] method (Situation, Task, Action, Result) to structure your response.

5. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Show that you're goal-oriented and see a future with the company.

Questions to ask and be prepared to answer

Questions to ask the Interviewer

1. What does a typical day in this role look like?

2. What are the company's short-term and long-term goals?

3. How does the company support professional development?

4. What is the company's culture and values?

Questions you may be asked in return

1. Why do you want to leave your current job?

2. What do you know about our competitors?

3. How do you handle stress and tight deadlines?

4. How do you stay current in your field?

At Multitask Personnel, we understand that the interview process can be daunting. That's why we're committed to supporting our candidates at every step of their job search journey. We take the time to get to know you and your employment needs, ensuring that we match you with the right role and company. Once we've found your ideal position, we prepare you for the interview, handle feedback, and negotiate job offers on your behalf.

If you're ready to take the next step in your career with the perfect employer, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. You can reach us at 01709 820102 or via email enquiries@multitaskpersonnel.co.uk. Let us be your recruitment partner for achieving your career goals!


[1] Indeed, 2023

In today's rapidly evolving world, the significance of hands-on work experience cannot be underestimated. This is especially true for young minds preparing to step into the professional arena. Recognising the importance of bridging the gap between classroom learning and real-world applications, Multitask Personnel has taken a commendable initiative to support local schools across the South Yorkshire region by offering invaluable work experience opportunities to students.

By collaborating with local schools, the company is providing students with a unique chance to immerse themselves in various professional settings, enabling them to develop essential skills, gain industry insights, and build confidence.

Claire Lee, Managing Director of Multitask Personnel, shares her perspective on this initiative: "As a responsible local business, we understand the significance of investing in the future of our youth. By offering work experience placements, we aim to contribute to the holistic development of students, equipping them with practical knowledge and soft skills that will serve as a strong foundation for their careers. As a result we have achieved ‘Work Experience Supporter’ status with Business & Education Together.

“The work experience program offers a win-win scenario for both students and businesses involved. For students, it's a golden opportunity to explore various career paths, understand workplace dynamics, and identify their strengths and areas for improvement. This exposure can greatly assist them in making informed decisions about their academic and professional pursuits.

“Businesses, on the other hand, benefit from fresh perspectives and innovative ideas brought in by these young minds. By nurturing the next generation of professionals, companies contribute to the growth and vitality of their industries, while also cultivating a positive corporate image within their communities.”

As businesses continue to embrace their social responsibility and actively engage with their communities, initiatives like this serve as a great example of the positive impact that corporate partnerships can have on education and workforce development.

Multitask Personnel's dedication to providing work experience opportunities highlights their commitment to building a brighter, more prosperous future for all. If you are student looking for a work experience placement, please contact the team on 01709 820102 or enquiries@multitaskpersonnel.co.uk

Are you contemplating a career change? Embracing a new direction in your professional life can be both exhilarating and challenging. Making the decision to pursue a different career path is an exciting opportunity for personal growth and fulfilment.

As experienced recruitment specialists, Multitask Personnel is here to guide you through the process of preparing for your next adventure. In this blog, we will share valuable insights on how to handle a career change and effectively prepare for finding a new job that aligns with your passions and aspirations.

Self-Reflection and Goal Setting

Before diving into a career change, take the time for self-reflection. Assess your skills, strengths, values, and interests. Consider what motivates you and what you envision for your future career. Set clear goals and define the type of role and work environment that best suits your aspirations.

Research Potential Career Options

Once you have a clear understanding of your career goals, research potential career options that align with your interests and qualifications. Take advantage of online resources, career assessments, and industry insights to explore new fields and understand the demands and prospects of each.

Networking and Seeking Guidance

Reach out to your professional network, friends, and colleagues to gather insights and advice. Attend industry events, webinars, and workshops to connect with people from different fields and gain valuable perspectives. Recruiters and recruitment agencies like Multitask Personnel can also provide invaluable guidance and support in navigating your career change journey.

Update Your CV and Online Presence

Tailor your CV & Personal Statement to showcase your transferable skills and experiences relevant to your desired career path. Ensure your LinkedIn profile and other professional platforms reflect your new career interests. A consistent and compelling online presence can attract potential employers and recruiters in your target industry.

Acquire New Skills and Training

Identify any skill gaps between your current expertise and the requirements of your desired role. Invest in gaining additional certifications or training to boost your qualifications and enhance your marketability in the new industry.

Be Adaptable and Open-Minded

Embracing a career change requires flexibility and an open mind. Be prepared to start at an entry-level position or take a slightly different role to gain industry experience, or try temping. Each step is a building block towards your ultimate career goal.

Stay Positive and Resilient

Transitioning to a new career can be challenging, and setbacks are a natural part of the process. Stay positive, resilient, and patient throughout your journey. Every experience and opportunity, even if it doesn't lead to immediate success, provides valuable lessons and insights.

A career change is a bold step towards creating a more fulfilling and rewarding professional life. By engaging in thorough preparation and utilising the guidance of recruitment specialists like Multitask Personnel, you can make a successful transition into your new role.

Remember, the path to a new job may have twists and turns, but with determination, self-awareness, and continuous growth, you'll find yourself on the path to success. Take charge of your career change journey today and embark on a future that excites and inspires you!

Are you ready to take the leap?

Reach out to Multitask Personnel, your trusted recruitment consultancy, to discover how we can support your career change and help you find the perfect fit for your new job.

Contact us on 01709 820102 or email enquiries@multitaskpersonnel.co.uk and let's build your future together!

As a leading recruitment specialist, Multitask Personnel understands the significance of effective onboarding in retaining talented employees. Recruiting and hiring the right candidate is just the beginning; a successful onboarding process sets the tone for their journey within the organisation, maximising their potential, and ensuring long-term commitment.

Step-by-step guide to onboarding new staff

1. Preparing for the arrival

The first step to a successful onboarding process begins before the new staff member even walks through the door. Ensure that their work area is clean, organised, and equipped with all necessary tools. Prepare any technology or software accounts they might need, including email, server access, and other relevant systems.

2. Welcome package

Create a warm and inviting atmosphere by preparing a personalised welcome package. This could include a welcome letter from the company's MD, a brief introduction to the team, company culture and values, an organisational chart, and any necessary paperwork to get them started.

3. Assign a buddy or mentor

Pair the new staff member with a buddy or mentor who can guide them during the initial weeks. This person should be a seasoned employee who can help answer questions, introduce them to colleagues, and offer insights into the company's dynamics.

4. Introduction to the team

Organise an informal meet-and-greet session to introduce the new staff member to the team. Encourage team members to share a bit about themselves, their roles, and how they collaborate. This fosters a sense of belonging and helps break the ice.

5. Comprehensive training

Offer a well-structured training programme that covers not only the job responsibilities but also the company's values, mission, and long-term goals. Provide access to training resources, online courses, and workshops to enhance their skills and knowledge.

6. Setting clear expectations

During the onboarding process, ensure that the new staff member understands their role's specific expectations, key performance indicators (KPIs), and how their contributions align with the company's overall objectives. Clarity on performance expectations is crucial for motivation and productivity.

7. Regular check-ins

Schedule regular check-ins with the new staff member and their direct supervisor to provide feedback, discuss progress, and address any concerns. These meetings demonstrate that their growth and success are a priority for the company.

8. Encourage open communication

Foster an open-door policy that encourages new staff members to ask questions, seek guidance, and share feedback. This promotes a positive work environment and makes them feel valued as part of the team.

9. Team-building activities

Organise team-building activities and social events to strengthen relationships and build camaraderie among team members. These activities can help the new staff member feel integrated into the company culture and team dynamics.

10. Performance reviews

Conduct regular performance reviews, especially during the first few months. Recognise achievements and identify areas for improvement. Constructive feedback helps new staff members grow and thrive in their roles.

Incorporating these steps into your onboarding process will undoubtedly increase the likelihood of retaining talented employees for the long term. At Multitask Personnel, we recognise the value of a strong onboarding process, and as recruitment specialists, we are committed to assisting you in finding the best-fit candidates for your organisation.

Are you ready to elevate your onboarding process and set your new staff members up for long-term success?

Contact Multitask Personnel today at 01709 820102 or drop us an email at enquiries@multitaskpersonnel.co.uk to discover how our expertise can enhance your talent acquisition strategies and ensure seamless onboarding experiences.

Remember, investing in your employees from day one is the key to fostering loyalty, motivation, and productivity. Let's work together to build a strong foundation for your organisation's growth and success. Your team's success starts with us!

Searching for a new job can be a challenging and time-consuming process. With countless job boards, online applications, and stiff competition, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. That's where a recruitment consultancy, such as Multitask Personnel, can be your key to success.

In this article, we explore the benefits of using a recruitment consultancy and why it's a wise choice compared to job seeking on your own.

Expertise and Industry Knowledge

Recruitment consultancies have extensive expertise and industry knowledge. They specialise in connecting job seekers with employers in specific industries or fields. Multitask Personnel, for instance, has a deep understanding of the construction, engineering, and technical sectors. This industry-specific knowledge means our consultants have a comprehensive understanding of job requirements, market trends, and the needs of both employers and job seekers.

Access to Hidden Opportunities

You might think it, but not all job openings are advertised on public job boards. Many employers prefer to use recruitment consultancies to find suitable candidates for their vacancies ‘behind the scenes’ before then using job boards.

As a result, using a recruitment consultancy can give job seekers access to hidden job opportunities that you may not have otherwise discovered on your own. Plus, these hidden opportunities often have less competition, increasing your chances of landing a job.

Save Time and Effort

Job searching can be time-consuming, requiring you to spend hours browsing through job boards, submitting applications, editing CV’s and tailoring personal statements to each job you apply for, not to mention following up with potential employers.

However, when you work with a recruitment consultancy, they take care of the legwork for you. They do the initial screening, vetting, and matching of job opportunities based on your skills, experience, and preferences. This saves you valuable time and effort, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your job search or current employment.

Personalised Guidance and Support

A recruitment consultancy provides personalised guidance and support throughout the job search process. They take the time to understand your career goals, aspirations, and preferences. They provide expert advice on CV writing, interview preparation, and salary negotiations. They also act as intermediaries between you and potential employers, handling all communication on your behalf. This ensures that you are well-represented and positioned for success in your job search.

Confidentiality and Discretion

Perhaps a point you might not have thought about, but if you are currently employed and looking for a new opportunity, confidentiality and discretion are crucial. Posting your CV on public job boards or applying directly to employers may risk exposing your job search to your current employer or colleagues.

However, when you work with a recruitment consultancy, your job search remains confidential. They take measures to protect your privacy and ensure that your search is discreet, allowing you to explore new opportunities without jeopardising your current employment.

Long-term Relationship Building

Establishing a relationship with a recruitment consultancy can be a valuable long-term investment in your career. Recruitment consultancies build relationships with both employers and job seekers – many of which are built over years, and they often have access to a network of contacts and opportunities that can benefit you in the long run.

By building a relationship and registering with a recruitment consultancy like Multitask Personnel, you gain a trusted partner in your career journey, who can provide ongoing support, guidance, and opportunities as your career progresses.

Using a recruitment consultancy such as Multitask Personnel offers a plethora of benefits compared to job seeking on your own. We pride ourselves on having a team of experts with years of industry knowledge, and access to hidden opportunities.

This means you are getting time-saving assistance, personalised guidance, confidentiality, and long-term relationship building. All of which can greatly enhance your chances of success in finding your dream job.

Partnering with a recruitment consultancy can be a strategic move to unlock the doors to new career opportunities and propel your career to new heights!

Ready to find out more? Speak to our team of recruiters today on 01709 820102 or enquiries@multitaskpersonnel.co.uk

It’s a great position to find yourself in when you’ve got multiple job offers to choose from, but how do you weigh up the pros and cons of each role to know which one to accept?

It’s not always as simple as going with the job that offers you the most money, as there are many more incentives that come with job offers.

Where do you start? Keep reading for our top tips!

Be more selective with interviews

If you’re not at the point where you’ve been offered a role yet, but your CV has landed you multiple job interviews, don’t put pressure on yourself to attend them all! If there was a role you applied for that you weren’t that excited about, there is no point going in and interviewing for it.

Nine times out of ten, the interview panel will probably get a feel from you that you don’t want the job, so leave it for someone else to interview for. There is nothing wrong with being selective about who you interview with!

More research into the employers

As much as someone might want you for their vacant position, as they’ve learnt a lot about you via your CV and job interview, and got a feel for your personality, how much have you learnt about your new potential boss and team?

One of the top reasons for someone looking for a job elsewhere is to seek a better management relationships.[1] You need to do the research into the company culture to know if you will fit in with the team, and that the company values match your own.

A good way of doing this is by reading the companies about me pages on their website and looking up some potential new colleagues on LinkedIn. Do they share a lot about the people they work for, is it positive, do they share company outings, etc. Put your Sherlock Holmes hat on and do some investigating!

What’s important to you from the package on offer

It would be naive to assume that one of the main incentives when looking at job offers, is the salary. We are more likely going to consider one job over another because of a higher pay cheque. But don’t get bogged down by the numbers - what other perks are the company offering you?

Do they provide free on-site parking (where another similar role does not and you’re paying out more than the other role would bring in, in parking fees).

Is there a monthly or yearly bonus incentive? Some companies will offer a yearly bonus, regardless of targets, whereas others require you to hit month-to-month hitting targets to bring home a bit of extra cash in your pay slip.

Is there an option for overtime, and if so, how does that pay? Or if you work overtime, do you get to take the time back in lieu instead?

  Other things to consider include[2]:

Temp or perm

Permanent roles are rather self-explanatory, you are filling a job that has no end date in sight (unless you leave or are asked to leave), and they can be full time or part-time. Whereas a temp role is something that does have an end date, such as seasonal work, or covering someone’s maternity or paternity leave.

And for some, one is more appealing when choosing a job than another. It could be that you are filling a work gap until you start a permanent role in a few months, or before starting university – this would be a temp role. Or you need a full-time permanent role, because you need extra job security. Whichever suits you, these are important things to be looking for when choosing the right job role.

Progression opportunities

Have you ever heard the phrase, ‘hitting the glass ceiling?’ When you’ve gone as far as you can in a role, and there is nowhere else to progress. It’s not always a monitory glass ceiling either, it could be that the role you are in cannot progress into another, higher responsibility role, and you either stick it out and stay where you are because it is easy, comfortable, and what you know, or you take a leap and start looking to a new company for a different job - one where progression opportunities are outlined in the job description.

So, ask yourself this, is progression important to you when choosing a job? If you plan on becoming the CEO of the company you are interviewing for one day, are there roles leading up that point that you could progress into as your experience and dedication to a business grows.

Or perhaps that does not appeal to you, and you are happy working your hours, and doing what is asked of you, and leaving work at 5pm on a Friday and not having to worry about it until 9am on a Monday.

Whichever is your preference, these are all important pros and cons to be considering when choosing a job.

Remote or hybrid

Go back 3 or 4 years ago, not many of us would have heard the word hybrid, never mind thinking that hybrid working could be something on offer in a new job role. But now, for some, the opportunity to have a hybrid working pattern or even working remotely is a serious job perk!

Of course, it is not for everyone, and there are certain jobs where this is just not an option, but for some people when choosing between one role and another, having remote or hybrid working on the table is the tipping point between accepting a job and declining it. It’s all down to personal preference.

How working with a recruiter can help you focus on what’s right for you

At Multitask Personnel, our experienced recruiters have been placing job seekers in their perfect roles since 2010.

Our dedicated team work with key employers across many different areas of the job market, placing candidates into temporary, contract, and permanent positions, ideal to their skill set, experience, and personality, throughout the UK.

We put the time and effort in with all our candidates, ensuring we get to know you as a person and understand your employment needs.

We can help you answer all the difficult questions about which job would be most suitable for you to choose, because we get to know you, and only put you forward for vacancies once we’re confident it is the right fit for you, not only for the role itself, but also the company.

If you want to speak to a recruiter that works for you, contact the team at Multitask Personnel on 01709 820102 or enquiries@multitaskpersonnel.co.uk


[1] Indeed, July 2022

[2] Indeed, November 2022

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