Deciding which recruitment partner to use is an important decision for all businesses. At Forsyth Barnes, we are dedicated to providing the best solutions to our customers, and still caring for our community.
It’s about you
When we’re searching for people to join your business, we’re best equipped when we know as much as we can about you, your team, and your business. We work with you to understand your requirements and the benefits of working for you, so that we can find the best candidates for your business.
If we work with you, it’s a lifetime relationship built with integrity. We are consultative and honest. The recruitment process can be difficult and we understand that it’s not always your area of expertise, so we work with you to make the process as smooth as possible for you. If you’re looking for help with something we don’t specialise in – we won’t waste your time – we’ll be honest and let you know. [Additionally, when we’ve placed candidates with you, we won’t come to them with new opportunities].
Quality triumphs quantity
We’re experts in our field. We know what a great profile looks like so we don’t need to send you tens of candidates for every requirement you have. We have and will always consistently deliver quality profiles, to agreed timelines, in our mission to become the number one recruitment partner for all of our clients. We care about our team, your team and the service we provide, every time.
Commitment to innovation
We are leading the way for the future of our industry. We are passionate about developing what our customers need through technology.
We care about the community and the impact we’re making on our environment. We have invested in the best technologies available to keep our office as paperless as possible.
Commitment to charities
We actively support a number of charities.
We have supported The Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund every year by taking part in their fundraising efforts. The Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund provides support to families and children who are diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia.
At Christmas, we fundraised for Doctors without Borders by wearing our ugliest Christmas jumpers. They offer humanitarian aid to war-torn regions and developing countries affected by endemic diseases.
Over the past few years we have fundraised for Mind, this year we decided to have a basketball competition. Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They also campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
This year, we took part in “Wear It Pink”, fundraising for Breast Cancer Now. We raised money to assist in making life-saving research happen so that breast cancer can be prevented, how to detect it earlier and how to treat it at every stage.
This year, we took part in The Backpack Project by Mary’s Meals. Mary’s Meals provides support to communities in 14 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. They work with the communities in these countries to provide food and education to children and young adults. The Backpack Project aims to provide a backpack of the basic needs for schooling and everyday life.