Continued Recruitment Success for Network Personnel

Continued Recruitment Success for Network Personnel

For almost three years Network Personnel has worked closely with Noonan Services Group supplying successful candidates for various roles within their organisation. Noonan Services Group have recruited solely through Network Personnel, Carrickfergus in this time to source operatives for Ulster University sites in Belfast and Jordanstown.

Noonan Services Group boasts a high staff retention level and provides their employees with opportunities for career progression into other service groups, such as portering and security. Two of the longest serving cleaning operatives at the Jordanstown site commenced on a part-time basis and due to their dependability, good work ethic and excellent work performance have been offered full-time contracts.

Morning staff at Ulster University

Cheryl-Ann, Noonan Services Group Services Supervisor, commented “I have personally liaised with Julie, Network Personnel, for all our recruitment to date. As our working relationship has developed over the years, Julie has willingly become more involved with the recruitment and induction process by arranging and conducting interviews and retrieving and submitting the relevant documentation for employment, which hastens the entire recruitment process.”

Evening staff at Ulster University with Cheryl-Ann and Doreen Allen

Cheryl-Ann continued, “The support offered by Network Personnel enables the new recruits to enter employment with ease and provides them with the opportunity to get off to the best possible start in their new roles. The quality of staff still in employment to date has been fruitful.”

We would like to thank Cheryl-Ann from Noonan Services Group for her kind words. We look forward to building on our existing relationship and we hope to place many more clients in employment with Noonan Services Group in the near future.

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