GBRS have been supplying this prestigious client for 2 years and have been appointed as there official recruitment partner. During this time we have supplied a mixture of both temporary and permanent placements for various departments including credit control, customer service, business to business, billing services and queue busting.
Working closely with our client on this 12 month project, we supplied them with trades, labour and a site manager to assist them with a full refurbishment of 400 rooms, bathrooms and corridors. This has now led to further works in central London on one of the most prestigious hotels in the capital.
gbrs have been working with this client since 2013 and have now secured a place on their national framework. Since gaining a place on their PSL, gbrs have supplied them with order pickers, administrators, cleaners and recycling operatives and forklift drivers.
Working closely with this client, we have developed a recruitment process in total partnership, carrying out interviews and testing for potential staff at our offices in St Georges, to meet the high demand of staff, gbrs often work outside of usual office hours and weekends to meet the high demands of staffing requirements.
Having won contracts with a number of leading companies around the ports of Bristol, GBRS have started supplying the main import companies with full and part time car drivers.
This is a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week operation and GBRS have bought in a call out rota to deal with varied shift patterns and change in weather affecting start times etc.
Working closely with this leading client, gbrs have supplied technicians across the UK on a permanent and contract basis.
In this niche sector we were able to supply experienced candidates to work in a variety of different roles, from building flat pack furniture on shop fits to fitting white goods in new build properties.
Refurbishment contract – Value £2,000,000
gbrs’ client has been appointed on the 3 year framework agreement for the refurbishment of St. David’s Shopping Centre in Cardiff. They have supplied both trades and labourers, often on short notice, to assist them in co-ordinating and managing the on-going alterations and reconfigurations to the 185 retail units to accommodate the blue chip clients that the centre attracts.
gbrs assisted their client with the construction of one of the UKs biggest solar farms, with an area greater than 100 football pitches that consists of around 160,000 solar panels. It will generate over 40MW of power which will be enough to supply the Defence College of Technical Training and be able to generate enough surplus power to fuel around 10,000 homes with electricity.
Over 200 people were supplied on site including solar operatives, machine drivers and cleaners. gbrs personally attended site to ensure timesheets and payroll ran smoothly each week.
Contract value £750,000
gbrs supplied their client on their first job working for EDF, building a new overflow carpark for the staff of Hinkley Point B while the construction works are carried out.
The client, established in 1958, has successfully grown to an organisation now employing more than 700 people with turnover targeted at £100 million per annum.
With their first job in the area gbrs supplied local groundworkers, dumper drivers and machine drivers for a duration of 3 months.
gbrs have been working with this client since 2013. Since gaining a place on their PSL, gbrs have supplied them with counter balance forklift operators, order pickers, admin assistants, cleaners and recycling operatives.
Working closely with this client, gbrs often work outside of usual office hours and weekends to meet the high demands of staffing requirements.
Since diversifying at the beginning of 2015 into permanent and white collar contracts, gbrs successfully placed their first technician with a national house builder.
The role was very specialized but after meeting with the client to draw up an accurate job description, gbrs were able to go out to the market place and attract a wealth of CV’s. They then drew up a shortlist and carried out the first round of interviews at their office in Weston-super-Mare.
Two candidates were chosen to meet with the client and one was offered the position and started the following month.