Working With CSA Recruitment

When choosing a company to manage your recruitment and temporary staffing requirements you need to be sure that they have the experience, resources and infrastructure to support your business as its needs change.

CSA work with a wide range of business from manufacturing to construction and we work with some of the largest employers in the UK. Our vast experience has been gained over many years and we like to think of ourselves as market leaders in the temporary workforce sector.

Our Business Advisors and Recruitment Specialists would be pleased to talk to you about your recruitment needs and explain how we think CSA could benefit you and your business.

As with all responsible employers CSA has clearly detailed policies and procedures to cover all aspects of our day-to-day operation.

Equal Opportunities:
CSA has a clearly written equal opportunities policy and is able to explain how this will influence the services offered.

Complaint Handling:
A clear written process exists for managing any complaints when problems arise.

CSA is clear about what external authorities regulate its work. As members of the REC and GLA, CSA are subject to strict complaints and disciplinary procedures.

Before placing a candidate in a position CSA carries out careful screening and checks. These checks include identity and eligibility to work. In some cases you will be expected to perform certain candidate checks yourself, CSA will clearly state when this is the case.

With a huge pool of British, Central and Eastern European candidates available for work, CSA are able to quickly identify candidates suitable for your needs.