Founded in May 2001 we have established ourselves as a professional, and dedicated independent Recruitment Company.  We have the flexibility to tailor our business to fit your requirements and work with you to ensure all of your goals are achieved.

As a client, we will work closely with you to become an integral part of your recruitment process - this adds real value to your business.  We will take the time to understand how your business works, what the key drivers are and what it takes to make your business suceed.  We will offer the extensive knowledge gained from over 40 years of combined recruitment expeience.  We will provide solutions and offer ideas that have a proven track record in the work place.  We will implement startegies to help you achieve your goals and ensure our working partnership becomes the foundation of your recruitment.

As a candidate we will listen to your needs and gain a full understanding of your current and future requirements.  You will benefit from the extensive range of testing and evaluating software we have at our disposal.  This will allow you to keep your skills and experience up to date.  As an additional benefit we can offer psychometric profiling, again this can really enhance your credibility in the market place.

In order to remain at the forefront of recruitment, Solutions Recruitment Limited regularly invests in the latest technology and software to fully automate our permanent and temporary recruitment and supply systems.  We employ innovative strategies and ideas to allow us to constantly evolve and meet the needs of an ever changing market.  We understand that we have two groups of customers – our clients and our candidates. We are acutely aware of the symbiosis that exists between both parties and this is reflected in our operating procedures and strategies.


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