The Next Way
Next work in partnership with our Clients to build long term working relationships that will deliver quality and act as a seamless extension of your internal resources.
We pledge to offer a consultative, consistent, quality service in an open and honest way to attract, retain and enhance the Talent within your business.
Our ‘Code of Conduct’ underpins our recruitment model and the way we run our business. Our philosophy is to create an environment where individuals have the freedom to be entrepreneurial and innovative enabling them to excel.
Our consultants use the following guidelines in their commitment to delivering excellence:
- Consultants will only work on an assignment once they have a full understanding of the specification, company culture and department fit
- Candidates are fully briefed on the role specification and the company prior to submission of their CV. Under no circumstances will a candidate’s CV be sent to a client without their consent.
- Next Employment will only send a CV to a client after an in-depth competency based interview
- Under no circumstances will a consultant ‘headhunt’ from an existing client
- Our clients and candidates are kept fully informed throughout the recruitment process
- Candidates and clients are given honest feedback
- Our consultants will only initially send a maximum of three CVs for any one assignment
- Our emphasis is on quality and not quantity
Next, in partnership with clients and, in consultation with the client, will draw up a service level agreement to allow them to measure our service and ensure that the needs of the business are being met.
As well as regular service reviews, the quality of our service delivery is measured upon completion of each temporary assignment or permanent introduction.
Next not only operates as a recruitment partner but have the added capacity and experience to provide Consultancy services. Recent Consultancy activities include:
- Graduate recruitment campaigns
- Salary reviews and benchmarking (London and regional)
- Implementing competency frameworks
- Restructure and rationalization interviews