How to choose a good construction recruitment agency

How to find great Construction Recruitment Agencies in the UK?

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There are 39,232 recruitment agencies registered as trading in the UK. We estimate that 9% are recruitment agencies focused on the Construction Sector, i.e., 3,520 Construction Recruitment Agencies. Temporary construction workers represent 6.8% of the total temporary workers on the payroll of recruitment agencies on a daily basis and 4.3% of the total permanent placements by […]

West London Startup of the Year 2019 Caroline Pegden TempaGoGo

2019 West London Startup of the Year

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TempaGoGo is delighted to have won the 2019 West London Business “Startup of the Year” Award, delivered by Rupa Huq MP and Alex Payne, during an entertaining ceremony at Twickenham Stadium.  “TempaGoGo demonstrates strong innovation and use of client feedback, with very strong growth potential” The West London Business jury Lovely article in the Chiswick Herald […]

How to Win Business Recruitment Consultant

5 top tips to win more business as a recruitment consultant

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… or what recruiters value in recruitment agencies! If you’re a recruitment consultant or have been in the recruitment industry, especially dealing with temps, you know that it’s a tough industry to be in!  Recruitment agencies suffer from bad press.  They’re under attack from the multiplication of gig economy platforms such as upwork, peopleperhour or […]

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Will temp recruitment agencies disappear? Are gig economy platforms the future?

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Maybe not… let’s look at the question from a worker’s perspective. If you’re working as a temp for a recruitment agency, you’re considered a “worker” You are, like 1.3 million other temp agency workers in the UK, entitled to: holidays sick pay the national minimum wage And you’re employed, on average, on 17-week long assignments. […]

Blue Collar Low Skilled Workers UK Economy

Low skilled, maybe, but high value to the UK economy…

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The government promised yesterday to curb low-skilled immigration after Brexit. When 40% of the Labourers currently employed are non-UK workers, this could present a real challenge for the UK construction industry! Earlier this year, the Federation of Masters Builders alerted that SMEs were facing the worst level of shortage of construction workers on record. At TempaGoGo, we help SMEs bridge […]