Values

We believe that our commitment to delivering our values will not be judged by written statements, or posters displayed on our office walls.  

Our Values will be judged by those people who come into contact with us on a daily basis. It is about the way we act and interact with people and they underpin the way we operate our business on a daily basis

We want to delight both employers and jobseekers, so that doing business with us is simple and enjoyable.

Integrity:

Doing things the right way, putting customers (both clients and candidates) first and always acting ethically and honestly

Reliability:

Listen to our customers’ needs, fulfilling their requirements consistently, getting the job done in line with their expectations and adding value in the process.

Respect:

Taking time to listen, understand and support each other to achieve shared success which should always be delivered with a friendly humanistic approach.

Excellence:

Delivering excellence in everything we do to the extent that clients, candidates, and our people feel compelled to recommend our services to others.

Creativity:

Become recognised as a problem solver, suggesting new ideas and insights with a mantra of “that will do, will never do” demonstrating a relentless drive to exceed expectations.

We also work to a set of guiding principles which ensure that we behave in a way that is in line with our values and look after the interests of all our stakeholders.

Testimonials

“Select were pro-active in finding me temporary work and, as a result of one of their short-term assignments, I was called back by the same company for five weeks and then offered a six-month contract by that company. I was looked after very well by Select, administratively and in finding me work, and I am most grateful for their efforts on my behalf.”
 
Sheila Currie,
Job Seeker

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