Recruitment Process

By the time a temporary worker starts working for you, they have already undergone our initial screening and healthcare recruitment process.  This takes place in a series of interviews and briefings so that their duties and responsibilities are fully outlined and understood.  In addition, prior work history and references, as well as an up-to-date DBS check clearance are obtained. They will then undergo an induction training programme which includes theoretical understanding and practical demonstration and assessment to ensure their working practises are safe and compliant.  Also included is basic company and important processes and details such as office and on call contact information; conduct at work and communicating with the branch, reporting and recording, health & safety, time sheet procedure, working time regulations and payment details. We have our own training rooms fully equipped with profile beds, hoists, small aids, etc., to undertake all our training on site and enable us to continually observe candidates throughout the full interview and induction process.

Equipped with this knowledge from day one helps to develop an effective, safe and productive relationship.

We tailor our interview and induction content to each individual client to ensure that when you receive any temporary workers from us, you can be assured we are identifying personal values, behaviours and skills levels throughout the process, as you would with your own team.
 

For an insight into our referencing, should a reference be taken, the following information is requested:

  • Period of employment
  • Duties
  • Ability
  • General appearance
  • Standard of work
  • Type of work undertaken
  • Special skills or prior use of equipment/healthcare tools
  • Time keeping
  • Attitude to work
  • Reason for leaving employment
  • Any safeguarding concerns
  • Other relevant information

We have a contract for services (not employment) with all temporary employees.  Under the contract Bailey Employment Services Limited will pay an agreed hourly rate to the temporary worker for all authenticated time sheets submitted and be responsible for the deduction of NI, PAYE and other deductions.  The contract also explains working time regulations relating to paid annual leave, rest periods and working hours and rules of acceptance of any assignment.  These include:

  • The temporary worker must co-operate with the client's staff and accept the direction, supervision and instruction of any responsible person in the client's organisation
  • Rules and regulations relating to the client's workplace must be obeyed
  • Unless prior arrangements are agreed, temporary workers must conform to the client’s normal hours of work
  • The temporary worker must take all reasonable steps to safeguard their own safety and the safety of any other person who may be present or affected by their actions on the assignment and comply with the health & safety policy of the client
  • They must NOT engage in any conduct detrimental to the interests of the client