Pochin’s, has teamed up with Morson to help source the highest calibre professionals across the construction sector. The managed service provision will focus on helping Pochin’s find temporary staff across the company.
Morson will be responsible for recruiting high-quality staff such as project managers, site managers, site engineers and quantity surveyors within the professional arena, whilst also ensuring all sites are fully staffed with trades and labour contractors such as bricklayers, joiners, machine drivers and general operatives.
Morson, the third largest engineering recruitment company in the world, has a wealth of experience across the recruitment sector and works with many other high-profile construction companies in the UK.
This is not the first time Pochin’s and Morson have worked together; in 2009 Pochin’s was instrumental in the construction of Morson’s 86,000 sq ft. head office, in Manchester.
Eddie Bredenham, business development and marketing director from Pochin’s, explains: “With every project we undertake we want the client to be satisfied that it’s been completed to the highest standard. To achieve this we must have the highest calibre of staff.
“When we came to look for a provider we knew of Morson’s excellent reputation within the industry, but what sealed the deal for us was our shared values. Our company is a family-run, people-centric business and we were keen to find a partner, like Morson, that shared this culture and would feel like an extension of the Pochin’s team.”
Rhys Harris, associate director and head of construction & engineering at Morson, commented: “We are so pleased to be announced as Pochin’s managed service provider. This appointment further cements our reputation as the number one recruitment partner within the construction sector. The initial few weeks of implementation have demonstrated that this partnership is going to be a very successful one. I’m looking forward to adding some real value within and outside the recruitment delivery to Pochin’s over the coming years.”