Questions and Answers about Pertemps Network Group

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at Pertemps Network Group.

Ask or search question

Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Pertemps Network Group.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

39 questions

The background checks carried out depend on the role being applied for. Reference checks are assessed with every candidate. A DBS check may be necessary for certain roles. In terms of the completion of such checks, this would depend on the role, as more specific checks (such as the DBS)can take up to six weeks.

Answered

The working hours will depend on the contract of the role you desire. Employment provided by Pertemps Network Group varies across all sectors and includes permanent, contract and temporary positions. Which sector/industry are you looking to work in?

Answered

Here are a few pointers to help you prepare for an interview with Pertemps/ brought to you by Pertemps:
1) Research the position your applying for to ensure you understand the role and/or the company you will be working for.
2) Consider what the role involves and how your skills and experience fit into this.
3) Think about why you want the job and the sort of environment you prefer to work in.
4) Prepare questions you may have about the job beforehand.

Answered

For an interview with Pertemps, you should choose to wear something smart and professional. But make sure you dress comfortably, in a way that encourages you to feel naturally confident and positive!

Answered

Weekly pay, reliable and great job opportunities which you may not other get considered for

Answered

Your consultant will guide you through every stage of the interview process, maintaining contact with you to discuss your thoughts and feelings. You will receive regular updates as your consultant liaises between you and your potential employer. Pre and post-interview jitters are completely normal, so don't be afraid to express any concerns you have, and feel free to mention what you would have done differently with hindsight. The main thing to remember is that your consultant is there to assist you and inform you of your progress as soon as updates are received.

Answered

Always pay you what they owe and good receptionist that follows up all your qeustions.

Answered

Rates of pay are determined by the role and contract you are on. This should be a question you ask your branch consultant when you are applying for a specific specific job as they can vary.

Answered by Pertemps Network Group

Claimed Profile