Welcome To Additional Resources
Finding a new job or career is one of the most important steps in a person's life. Additional Resources have been providing a first class service to employers and candidates for over 19 years. It is through the professionalism of our Associates and Head Office team that we have built our reputation across the recruitment industry.
Why Choose Us For Your Recruitment?
We have 25 Associates working across the UK, who have access to over 950,000 candidates in our database covering 20 sectors. A database that we grow and refresh every month through new registrations from recommendations, networking, our online presence and the national job boards, which we utilise extensively.
Getting started could not be easier, you can pick up the phone, request a call back and register your vacancy on our website.
The Additional Resources Associate Program offers New Recruiters and Experienced Recruitment Consultants a one stop solution to run their own recruitment desk and retain between 80% - 90% of their billings. Our flexible range of technology and support services will ensure you get off to a flying start!
Perhaps the best-known example of employee ownership is at the John Lewis Group (including high-end supermarket, Waitrose). The culture of employee ownership is not well-established in the UK as opposed to the United States and Spain where significant parts of the working population have a direct shareholding and voice in the companies they’re employed by.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that UK wages have increased by 2.9% excluding bonuses. Earnings in the UK have now been higher than the inflation rate for four months and further research by the ONS has revealed that unemployment has dropped by 55,000. Now, there are 1.36 million unemployed people in the UK leaving the jobless rate at 4% and, although the figure is still relatively high, this statistic is at its lowest level for over 40 years.
Major employers across the UK will now be legally required to both publish and justify the pay differences between their chief executives and the average employee for the first time.