European Placement Agency

ERA specialise in the permanent placement of European workers, this can be into home countries, other Euro Zone locations or the international marketplace.

Manpower Solutions

With an extensive database of over 1 million skilled and un-skilled operators, ERA is perfectly positioned to provide effective recruitment services. Highly trained consultants are constantly placing European workers, numbers range from single positions to large teams.

Sectors covered include:

  • Manufacturing
  • Information Technology
  • Construction
  • Oil, Gas and Energy
  • Corporate Hospitality
  • Engineering
  • Trade
  • Logistics
  • Manual
  • Care

The demand is high for European workers, this is understandable as there is an abundance of highly skilled operators. As skills gaps continue to widen it is important companies broaden their recruitment nets.

When searching for permanent workers there are 2 choices, carry out the task internally or utilise the services of an agency. By going down the agency route an employing company increases the chance of hiring the right manpower. Remember expensive mistakes are constantly made in recruitment.

ERA specialise in the permanent recruitment of all types of workers, from factory hands to the high echelons of management. By utilising tried and tested systems of work the sourcing and selecting of suitable manpower has become second nature.

Employing companies are urged to be fair when putting together employment packages. If a package is deemed unacceptable ERA will not take on the project.

When utilising the services of a recruitment agency the most important task for the hiring company is to produce a quality job description. Consultants at ERA offer quality assistance in tailoring this important document together.

Please note, ERA is fully compliant with the rules of GDPR. All confidential documentation is stored and handled correctly.

If you would like more information on the services provided by ERA simply email enquiries@recruitment-agency.eu or utilise a website form.

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Why is
European Labour in
High Demand?