A dedicated and experienced team will ensure continuity while transferring any existing services, staff and other resources.
We will ensure that all services are delivered in accordance with client needs during the
on-boarding process while any service transformation elements are put in place.
Having successfully transferred 150+ team members into our company within the past six months we are experienced and knowledgeable in this crucial activity ensuring continuity of service delivery. We have in-house specialists to support the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) process who collectively have completed over 4000 transfers throughout their careers.
When recruiting for members of our Facilities Management Teams we want to make sure we are looking at the best talent both inside and outside of the facilities management industry so we ensure our adverts are drafted to attract applicants from areas such as hospitality, leisure, retail, customer service and other customer facing industries. We utilise an aptitude and attitude skills based assessment process for shortlisting and do not pay much attention to direct experience.
We invite all shortlisted candidates into an assessment day. Our tried and tested assessment day consists of two interactive group exercises, some basic personal assessments and short 1:1 interviews. During the assessments, the general assessors will not have seen candidate’s CV’s therefore will not have any preconceptions of their previous experience. This step ensures that confirmation bias or prejudice does not come into play. Only during the interview stage are interviewers provided with the CV.
Following shortlisting via the assessment days, we then move to formal, structured competency interview(s). Using this approach not only to identify the best candidate but also to understand what training wrap we must employ to get the candidate up to speed to deliver the totality of the role.
We always invite our clients to be involved at some or all the stages of recruitment and welcome their input.