Simply register your contact details, geographical coverage and job expertise for our consideration.
As and when panel places come up which match your geographical and job expertise (as entered into the AEOI) we get in touch either by email or phone to see whether we can form a partnership and to take you through the steps of onboarding your agency onto the GRI panel. Please note, when completing the AEOI only add those areas you could cover immediately, rather than adding new areas you intend to cover in the future, as we can only partner with agencies that can provide immediate quality cover.
Please note emails and calls to GRI requesting information on how to join our panel will be advised to return to this page to complete this Expression of Interest Form. Unfortunately, we can not advise on how long you may have to wait before we contact you, however, please be assured that we will be in touch if a place matches your ability to supply.
Any queries from this point onwards should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
, however, due to the number of applications received on a daily basis, it may take a few days before you receive a response.
THE BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH GRI
Working with GRI in the UK gives suppliers the potential to supply temporary staff to more than 150 client organisations across the public and private sectors.
Managing up to £1billion worth of recruitment spend every year in the UK, it is obvious why more than 3,750 suppliers choose us as a route to market.
1) LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
Every agency we work with signs a contract of supply at standard pay and charge rates. This means all our agencies are placed on a level playing field and therefore can compete on performance and quality of staff rather than price. And, because we’re a neutral vendor/independent recruitment outsourcer, you won’t play second fiddle to our own agency – because we don’t have one. Put simply, if the client has an agency vacancy you’ll see it first.
2) INCREASE IN VOLUME
Many organisations work with lots of agencies in low volumes. By being on a smaller preferred agency panel, our agencies enjoy access to higher volumes of jobs in return for standardised rates. And, once you’re on our panel supplying to one client and exceeding quality standards, there are often other opportunities to supply to our other clients in the UK or across the world, through GRI’s global contracts.
3) SHORTENED AND REGULAR PAYMENT TERMS
By standardising payment terms our agencies benefit from shorter and regular payment terms.
4) STREAMLINED ADMINISTRATION
Our e-tips® system which connects many of our clients and agencies together removes the need for paper-based timesheets and invoices, reducing the administration burden associated with temporary agency labour.
5) VISIBILITY AND CONTROL
e -tips® also provides a wealth of management information which helps our agencies to understand exactly where they are placing candidates and where further opportunity lies.
6) LEGAL COMPLIANCE
Legislation is constantly evolving but our in-house legal team helps to ensure our agencies are aware of the correct process to follow. e-tips® also provides compliance visibility, for example flagging when candidates have reached their qualifying period for Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) or supporting on GDPR compliance.