Recruitment Agencies based in Wales, UK
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About Bailey Care Services
Bailey Care Services is an agency run by professionals from the Health and Social Care industry. It was formed in 1984 with 7 offices in total, Bailey Care Services operate from 6 of these offices working throughout the South West and East. BES is part of a larger Group known as Strategic Workforce Solutions that has a network of over 90 branches throughout the UK one of the largest providers of Industrial and driving staff in the UK.
Health Care | Social Care
Covers: Wiltshire,Worthing,Eastbourne,Poole,Oxford,Newport | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
About Trade Spec Recruitment
Trade Spec Recruitment have many years’ experience working across all sectors of the construction industry. We supply temporary, permanent, contract workers and professionals across the UK. Our expert recruiters are experienced at completing placements to meet customers’ expectations. We have a comprehensive database of skilled and unskilled candidates that have been referenced and verified.
Construction | Driving | Engineering | Executive / Management | Facilities Management | Housebuilding | Industrial | Logistics | Manufacturing / Production
Covers: The North West, North Wales and Beyond | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
About KPI Care
As a leading recruitment agency within health & social care, education and childcare, KPI Care is committed to providing a quality service and offer our expertise to the private sector. Our priority will always be to deliver an excellent and ever evolving recruitment process, constantly adapting to the demands of the industry.
Administration | Charity | Child Care | Consulting | Domestic / Child Care | Education | Executive / Management | Health Care | Not-for-profit | Pharmaceutical
Training / Learning | Social Care
Plus 2 additional industries
Covers: UK Wide | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
Coal mining and heavy industry used to be the mainstays of the Welsh economy, but the picture has changed completely over the past 30 years. The main source of employment in the country is now the public sector, which accounts for more than 31% of jobs, while manufacturing generates just 10.8%.
This in part explains why Wales has the lowest Gross Value Added of any region in the UK at £15,696 per person. However, there are some high-value sectors of the economy that continue to perform well and create jobs.
Key industries and employers
The Valero Energy oil refinery at Pembroke and Murco Milford Haven Refinery can process a combined 16.5 million tonnes of oil products a year, and contribute £4.2 billion to the country's annual exports. Tata Steel's plant at Port Talbot is a major employer and contributor to Wales's £1.2 billion metals exports, while Ford employs 2,000 people at its engine factory in Bridgend.
Despite this, recruitment agencies are far more likely to have vacancies in the services sector. Tourism is now worth around £4.7 billion a year to Wales and, as a result, 7.4% of the country's jobs are in the hospitality industry. The retail sector is also strong and its staff account for 14.5% of jobs, thanks in part to the success of Deeside-based frozen food chain Iceland.
The Welsh government's growth plan includes more support for tourism, along with improvements to the transport and digital infrastructure. It is hoped this will stimulate activity in the construction industry and attract more companies in high-value sectors, such as advanced materials and life sciences.
In 2012, the median weekly income of full-time workers in Wales was £452.60, more than £50 below the UK average, while the unemployment rate was above average at 8.6%. Wages in Cardiff (£485.70) and Swansea (£470.50) were greater than in the rest of Wales, but the unemployment rate was also slightly higher.