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Estimated salaries begin at £15,000 but can rise to £28,000, and career progression opportunities are varied and exciting. For the right person, and with relevant experience, they could become a shift supervisor, team leader, forklift instructor or engineer. It’s possible to move into other industries too, like construction or logistics.
The Association of Labour Providers is a specialist trade association promoting responsible recruitment and good practice for organisations that supply the workforce to the food processing, agricultural and wider consumer goods supply chain.
The agency, which supplies industrial, technical and commercial candidates to the engineering, manufacturing, FMCG, logistics and GLAA regulated sectors, opened on the 3rd July last year to provide recruitment services to businesses and individuals throughout Yorkshire.
Production Operatives can be found working in a variety of different industries like pharmaceuticals, food and drink, construction and engineering contributing to the manufacture of a variety of consumer goods.
The GLAA operates a licensing scheme to regulate the provision of workers for roles in the UK fresh produce sector – agriculture, horticulture, shellfish gathering and any associated processing and packaging.
It can be easy to become complacent and forget to treat each first day as a contractor the same as if you were on a permanent contract.
When making the move from contract to permanent roles, here are some things you should consider.
We believe in making people’s working lives easier through the use of technology, which is why at Cogent Staffing we offer an enhanced service to all our clients and candidates.
Working in temporary roles can throw up a whole host of issues including accessing jobs, supplying availability, and receiving accurate pay, and for the client time spent on timesheets, inaccurate invoices because of time theft and workers either being late or absent.
We’re delighted to announce the launch of Cogent Staffing – a Yorkshire-based recruitment specialist business headquartered in Halifax and servicing the local region, covering Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds and Bradford. Sam Gaukroger, managing director of Cogent Staffing, has launched the business (as a joint venture with recruitment investment company, Bluestones Group) after a decade of working in recruitment in the region, specialising in industrial, technical and commercial recruitment.