76 King Street
0161 399 1200
We’ve had lots of experience in recruitment and with this in mind, we want to simplify all of this to give our clients and candidates a much more stream lined and hopefully an enjoyable recruitment experience!
We’re transparent and honest – We’re not going to send you a 14 page term document with lots of terminology to enable us to charge you extra at the end of the process. We’ve made our terms very simplistic and straight forward.
We’re not out to get you on the highest terms possible and will never priortise because of how much you’re paying.
We want to form partnerships with our clients – Our service will never be about taking your money and moving onto the next client.
It’s about us being your recruitment partner and having an indepth understanding of your business, values and recruitment needs and working closely with you on these. We want you to come back to us time after time. Our reputation means a lot to us.
We’ll always have a fun and friendly approach – That’s the kind of people we are and Lavandi Talent will be built on these foundations.
We want to take the stress and strain out of recruitment for you and hopefully make it a more enjoyable experience. You’re probably thinking how?! But we’re sure we can.
2 weeks ago we did a post about #givingback, one of the values of Lavandi Talent. We mentioned we ideally wanted to support a non-profit organisation and ideally a mental health or suicide prevention charity.
We also understand that this pandemic has been hard on everyone and mental health needs a voice more now than ever! We had a meeting with Neil Waine from #ANDYSMANCLUB on Friday and all I can say the presentation brought us to tears but also we immediately wanted to be partnered with them and the fantastic work they do.
They help men talk about their feelings in a safe open environment and they want to continue to grow because suicide is the biggest single killer of men under the age of 45.
But what also touched us was that Neil mentioned it's the women who really help Andy's Man club strive and grow as its someone's mother, sister, aunt etc that usually tell the men about Andy's Man club.
It was Deb Farrell who actually put us in touch with the charity and we really appreciate it. We are very proud that we will be participating in events with/for them and donating £50 from each placement #itsokaytotalk #mentalhealth
Please visit their website here.