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October marks Black History Month in the UK, a time for us to both celebrate achievements in the black community, while also educating ourselves – something that’s key in the construction industry.
We’ve answered several frequently asked questions that we regularly see from our new employees about payroll, holiday pay, and pensions.
Our Going the Extra Mile programme highlights the great work our team members are doing across the business, with this month’s prize going to one of our amazing apprentices: Megan Parr.
Following the ‘code red’ announcement on Climate Change from the IPCC, the construction industry is looking at ways it can make a difference in the fight against climate change.
We’ve had such a great response internally to our new Going the Extra Mile programme that we’ve awarded it to two of our valued team members this month: Leanne Doyle and Matthew McGinty.
We’ve started a new programme at PSI Global Recruitment to recognise our team members going the extra mile for our clients and candidates, putting them first each step of the way.
Our industry is sadly one of the worst in terms in terms of workers suffering from mental health issues. Divisional Manager Rebecca Law discusses the stats around mental health in construction, and how we can help each other out.
Construction workers need to make sure they’re in good physical health for many of the jobs they do, but that doesn’t mean mental health should be ignored.
Our team takes the lead when it comes to recruitment. We work closely with our clients and workers, putting them first each and every step of the way.
After all, if the workforce is happy, the project runs smoothly and everything falls into place from there for them and our clients. We put in the extra effort to ensure payroll is always on time, workers are rewarded, and their physical and mental health is looked after to the highest standard.