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Date Posted: 16th May 2018
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In this report, we look at some questions that you can ask to find out more about the skills and approach that the interviewee would bring to your organisation.
As the engineering manager for the System Delivery Team in Ashby, it is important that when we require staff either TPW or permanent that you have an agency, in this case Amoria Bond who understands the technical requirements for the System Delivery Team and to also respond quickly to fulfil the business needs.
Amoria Bond have shown that they can deliver the type of engineer that will add value to projects and make sure that they visit the engineers and departmental managers regularly on site in Ashby.
I have found Amoria Bond to be responsive, friendly and an asset to the Ashby business, to deliver the right quality of engineer, which allowed us this year to deliver a large portfolio of projects successfully. This has led me to now use Amoria Bond as a ‘first port of call’.
I now value the relationship we have built with Amoria Bond and long may this continue.
With most agencies it is a simple instruction interaction, with Amoria Bond the relationship has developed more into a partnership approach. I tend to trust them and have confidence that they will solve any issue or requirement that I have. They are always responsive and flexible, yet commercially savvy in their attempts to respond to any instruction I give them.
All in all, I value the relationship we have built with Amoria Bond and look forward to our continued partnership with them.
I find Amoria Bond very engaging, dependable and professional. They have identified several people for our company successfully.
As a multinational company, we often require our staff to have a multi-lingual/international background component. Amoria Bond delivers. Additionally, when we were in need of immediate short term staffing assistance, they were quick to help.
We are pleased with the service offered so far and appreciate the time spent by our consultant in knowing our business in depth. Their expertise in Rail and the quality of the candidates selected is outstanding.
From a recruitment & skill level perspective the service has been above expectation, even during difficult scenarios and situations we have been faced with. We have received fast reactions and out-of-hours support to recruit for positions in a quick but efficient manner. My experience is Amoria Bond have provided suitable candidates as required therefore outperforming other recruitment agencies who have provided sub-standard candidates previously.
I was deeply impressed by every step within the process of working together. Starting with the analysis of the required qualifications, then delivered CVs, provided great information about the candidates (facilitated the interview process) and finally with excellent feedback and management of the candidates. On further engagement, I would recommend Amoria Bond to other decision makers within the company and would not hesitate to allocate Amoria Bond for future searches