It’s one thing – though by no means easy – to attract good people you as an organisation. But it’s another to keep them, and thus to build over time the loyalty and mutual trust that are the characteristics of an excellent workforce.
In today’s security-conscious world, we must be absolutely sure that every candidate is entitled to work in this country, and that their credentials are accurate and honest. Only when his or her provenance has been confirmed beyond doubt do we begin our lengthy recruitment and training programme
It is always our policy to recruit the best person for a position in a fair and open environment, regardless of gender, race, religion or disability.
We begin our recruitment process by producing an accurate brief that identifies the precise nature of the position and specifies the particular skills, knowledge and experience required in a candidate.This exhaustive procedure is one of the reasons that we have such an enviable record in staff retention.
Our people are often required to work in secure or otherwise-sensitive environments and it is our highest priority that anyone working for Glenn Management should meet the most stringent conditions relating to immigration status and personal suitability.
For this reason, we maintain close relations with the Border Agency and meticulously observe their guidelines. Would-be employees must provide ID and travel documents to establish their right to live and work in the UK, as well as their current place of residence.
In particular circumstances, we require applicants to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Disclosure Application. Their identity details are then run through a process which involves the National Police Computer and the Children’s Barred List.
The papers of every applicant are double-checked against key international databases, including the website of the Public Register of Authentic Identity and Travel Documents.
We believe that great staff make a great company. This is the driving factor behind a stringent recruitment procedure, in which we only recruit staff who share the same principles as we do.