Aptus launches care agency in Norwich


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A new temporary staffing and permanent recruitment service for residential and nursing homes, day care centres and homecare staff has been launched in Norwich by Aptus Personnel. The agency says it is now recruiting experienced care workers to provide short-term holiday and sickness cover or longer term additional support. It is also offering a recruitment service for permanent care staff, including advertising, response handling and preliminary interviews. Norwich branch manager Diana Smith said Aptus was already offering care services from several other branches across the UK and had developed a very successful service. “We are now bringing that experience into East Anglia to try to ease the problems being caused by the local shortage of care workers,” Ms Smith said. “Aptus aims to provide high calibre carers and operates a stringent vetting process, including face-to-face interviews, qualification verification and reference and police checks. “New recruits are given a full induction on the standards requir





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