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"Maximising People Potential"

Rutledge offer a range of recruitment solutions to help you best fulfil your staffing needs. These can vary from contingent based recruitment through to preferred or sole supplier services. We can support a range of expertise levels from graduate entry to executive appointments.

Rutledge are committed to offering bespoke staffing solutions which add real value to your business and supply chain, saving you time and money and helping to improve your processes in doing so. Our aim is to become the outsourced extension of your HR team and form a partnership with you. All of our consultants are focused on being subject matter experts within your industry sector. You will be working with experts who are either educated in your area of expertise or at the very least qualified in highly compliant recruitment solutions. This will ensure when working with us that we can deliver on your project in the most cost effective and timely manner, helping to reduce your time to hire and increase the future productivity of the department we are supporting.

Rutledge is fully compliant with our recruitment governing body The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC). This ensures that we are working with people in an ethical and professional manner while remaining up to date with any changes in recruitment and employment law. This should provide you with confidence in our ability to uphold and represent your business in the most professional and compliant manner.

  • Permanent/Fixed term contract recruitment solutions;
  • Temporary/Contract recruitment solutions;
  • Executive recruitment solutions;
  • Payroll services.

ApprenticeshipsNI is a work-based programme designed around the needs of employers that offers recognised training and qualifications to new and existing employees taking on new roles that require lots of training and development. The programme offers a wide range of apprenticeships at Level 2 and Level 3.

Apprenticeships are open to new employees or existing employees taking on a new role within a Northern Ireland based company.

Your apprentice needs to:

  • be the minimum school leaving age in Northern Ireland;
  • be about to take up paid employment as an apprentice with a Northern Ireland based company, or be an existing employee in a Northern Ireland based company who is about to undertake a new role that requires significant training and development;
  • employed by national companies that have operations in Northern Ireland who are employed at least 50 per cent of their time in Northern Ireland and completing their director training in Northern Ireland with an approved training contractor;
  • be permanently contracted to work a minimum of 21 hours per week (which includes time for 'off-the-job' training);
  • meet the entry requirements of their chosen occupation; some apprenticeships require, for example, General Certificates of Secondary Education (GCSEs).

An apprenticeship is a work-based training programme, most of the training is 'on-the-job' with you as the employer. The rest is provided 'off-the-job', one day a month.

All of the Level 2 and Level 3 apprenticeship qualifications are set out in a framework and are available at Levels 2 and 3. They have been developed in liaison with industry representatives and are therefore tailored to ensure they meet the needs of your industry.

The success of Northern Ireland's economy depends on it having a motivated and skilled workforce. By engaging a young person through Training for Success you can play your part in achieving this goal while helping them to progress and maximise their potential.

What is Training for Success?

No matter what size your business, you will be investing in its future and your workforce. You can play your part by providing work experience or job sampling in your particular business area for school leavers aged 16/17 years (and up to age 22 and 24 for those with extended eligibility).

Training for Success has been developed to ensure that young people obtain training and development in areas such as - personal and social development; employability; professional and technical qualifications; confidence building; motivation skills; life and work skills including essential skills to:

  • help them on the road to employment;
  • progress in the workplace;
  • get ahead in their chosen career;
  • gain relevant qualifications.
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