WHY CHOOSE ASSIMILATE FOR YOUR RECRUITMENT NEEDS?
Assimilate Ltd has been providing recruitment services for clients and candidates in the Scientific, Environmental and Engineering industries for twelve years. Assimilate Ltd works with a select client base to ensure our high levels of service are never compromised.
Our recruitment services cover the following markets:
- Bioscience, Life Science, Molecular Biology
- Biotechnology, Chromatography, Chemical Analysis
- Health and Safety
- Electronic and Mechanical Engineering
- Refrigeration, Air-conditioning, Humidification
- Agricultural Research and Engineering
Whether you are seeking a new senior executive or a junior team member, Assimilate offers a highly personalised service, ensuring that any placements made are wholly in keeping with your requirements for the future development of your business.
Example vacancies include:
- Sales & Marketing Directors
- General Managers
- Sales Managers
- Key Account Managers
- Sales Specialists/Consultants
- Customer Support Specialists
- Service/Installation Engineers
- Project Managers
- Project Engineers
- Research & Development
- Product Managers
- Laboratory Technicians
- Design Engineers
- Software & IT
Assimilate utilises its own scientific, environmental and engineering background to thoroughly research your company and requirements, prior to embarking on a recruitment campaign – this will ensure the right candidates are sought and presented to you for consideration.
We carry out a comprehensive assessment of the candidate’s CV and a 20-point telephone interview with them, prior to presenting you, the client, with the CV and a full, post-screening report.
This comprehensive selection procedure ensures the candidate’s skills, experience and circumstances meets the specified requirements of your vacancy, prior to your interview process.
LATEST EMPLOYMENT NEWS
The National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage will increase in April 2018. Make sure you are paying the right amount.
The National Minimum Wage (NMW) is the minimum pay per hour most workers under the age of 25 are entitled to by law.
The government’s National Living Wage (NLW) is the minimum pay per hour most workers aged 25 and over are entitled to by law.
The rate will depend on a worker’s age and if they are an apprentice.
HMRC (HM Revenue & Customs) can take employers to court for not paying the NMW/NLW.
What are the new rates?
|Date of rate||25 and over||21 to 24||18 to 20||Under 18||Apprentice|
|From April 2018||£7.83||£7.38||£5.90||£4.20||£3.70|
|From April 2017 to
A new rate will apply to the next pay reference period that begins on or after the date:
- a rate increase begins
- an employee reaches a new age bracket.
For example: an employee paid on the 20th of each month will start to receive the new rate of minimum wage from 21 April onwards.
These rates are reviewed annually by the Low Pay Commission.
Use this HMRC calculator to check that you are paying the right amount: https://www.gov.uk/am-i-getting-minimum-wage