Autumn Newsletter 2017

HELPING YOU GROW… So far 2017 has been our busiest year to date (since 1989) in Permanent Placements and Temp to Perm transfers, exceeding our second highest year of results after only six months, evidence of a welcome increase in our Island’s economy! We too have celebrated growth by expanding to welcome the newest member of our Team, Consultant Lorraine …

Spring Newsletter 2017

‘BREXIT’proof your Business: The decision has been made and the nation has been assured that nothing will change in the next two years. At this stage, beyond that lies uncertainty over many issues including Employment Legislation, as much has changed since Britain joined the EU, however, in this circumstance, as with the recession,  the benefits of using temporary staff increase, …

Good Practice

Getting HR right and getting the best value for your business Many HR professionals that we support would argue that ‘Good Practice’ is the minimum requirement of their role, their involvement being a core, strategic influence to operations and growth. However many smaller companies do not have a dedicated representative and may lack some of the fundamental principles, so the …

Spring Newsletter 2016

Welcome to the first newsletter under our new company name. Why the change? We thought it time that we highlighted that we supply a complete staffing service; Being the Island’s only independent generalist recruitment agency we have been supplying temporary, contract and permanent staff to all industries across the Island since 1989. Our team (pictured above) have over 40 years …

Isle Love Recruitment

Celebrating the most productive year to date, two years in a row, with 2015 looking to exceed the records again, the staff at WP Recruitment Ltd can’t get enough of the Isle of Wight. This is clear from not only the longevity of the team, with a combined knowledge of over 50 years in recruitment between them, but also in …

Recruiting for the Island

The Isle of Wight may have been branded as an unemployment black spot since the recession hit in 2008 and this was certainly at some stages true with redundancies being made on a weekly basis, either from companies downsizing, relocating their business across the water or at worst having to close their doors completely. The tide is now on the …