FAQs

Here are some of the most common questions that we hear when recruiting both temporary and permanent staff.

What are your opening hours?

The office is open Monday to Friday 08.30-17.30 and the temp division is on call at all other times

When will I get paid?

As a temporary worker you will normally receive your payslip via e-mail on a Tuesday and the funds will transfer into your bank account on a Thursday.

Do you recruit outside of the local area?

We have many clients that have branches throughout the country and as such we recruit Nationwide.

Can I work for NextGen?

We are always on the lookout for talented and dynamic people to join our growing team of professionals.  If you have sales and service experience, a real sense of urgency, a keen eye for detail and a can do attitude to life, then we would be delighted to hear from you.

How long does the registration take and what do I need to bring?

Depending on the nature of the role you are applying for registrations can take anything between 1 and 3 hours to complete.  You must bring original proof of identity in the form of either your passport, National Identity card or your full Birth Certificate.

How do I send my CV to NextGen?

If you are looking for a permanent role in a semi-skilled or skilled environment please send your CV to alex@nextgenrecruits.co.uk or abe@nextgenrecruits.co.uk  If you require temporary work or a role in manufacturing or distribution then please e-mail ben@nextgenrecruits.co.uk.

Are there any other NextGen branches?

At this time we are operating out of our offices in Devizes but we have plans to expand the business into other towns within the next 12 months.  Watch this space……

When do I have to get my timesheets to the office?

All timesheets must be at the office by 10.00hrs on Monday morning.  This can be via the post, through the letterbox, e-mailed or sent via text message with a picture.  Failure to get the timesheets to us by this time may result in your pay being delayed.

What is AWR?

AWR is an acronym for the ‘Agency Workers Regulation’ which came into force in 2010. This government legislation is designed to protect agency workers from bad employers.  For more information follow this link to the ACAS website http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=1873

What is the living wage?

From 1 April 2016, the government introduced a new mandatory national living wage (NLW) for workers aged 25 and above, initially set at £7.20 – a rise of 50p relative to the current National Minimum Wage (NMW) rate. That’s a £910 per annum increase in earnings for a full-time worker on the current NMW. The adult NMW rate is currently £6.70. This will continue to apply for those aged 21 to 24.

Do I have to pay to join NextGen Recruits?

You should never have to pay to join a recruitment agency and if you have you should report this immediately to the authorities on 0800 555111.

What is Stronger Together?

Stronger Together is a multi-stakeholder initiative aiming to reduce Modern Slavery, particulary hidden forced labour, labour trafficking and other third party exploitation of workers.  For more information follow this link http://stronger2gether.org/contactsign-up/