Housekeeping is the backbone of any establishment, with those working in this fast-paced, demanding department often referred to as the unsung heroes of hospitality.
That is why at Human One, they make it their mission to ensure their entire workforce feel appreciated for the hard work they do each day. All Human One clients need to be able to rely on them at the drop of a hat to fulfil their staffing needs.
Rooms need to be cleaned and for that, specialist staff need to be resourced. At Human One they have the benefit of a long history with their candidates. Having been in the business for nearly 30 years, their reputation has, for the most part, allowed them to rely on word of mouth to attract skilled candidates, but in an ever-changing world, they have of course had to adapt to the way that they resource staff.
As specialists in the field of outsourcing recruitment, they know how and where to recruit the best staff for clients needs. making housekeepers’ lives easier, freeing up their time to focus on operational matters while Human One take care of a reliable workforce on their behalf.
A 360 degree service. Every stage of the process is covered including:
- Flexible resourcing of temporary staff
- Skills testing and reference checks
- In-depth screening and interviewing
- Basic disclosure checks as and when requested
- Full inductions
- Comprehensive training
- 24/7 account management
- On site liaison
- Full payroll service In addition to temporary recruitment, Human One also offers temporary to permanent placements and permanent recruitment solutions to clients.
More recently, Human One has also moved into the provision of fully outsourced housekeeping services.
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