What do our healthcare clients and candidates think of the service they receive from Your World? Apparently we do pretty well but don’t ask us, take their word for it!
I have never worked for an agency before until I started with yourselves working with Alliance Medical, and I just want to say what a fantastic company you are.
You have called me weekly to check how my work is going - which is excellent, I am now considering a career in radiography!
The candidate services team have been extremely helpful and have been on hand to offer advice regarding pay.
I feel I am being looked after very well, which is rare in today's employment sectors.
So thank you and keep doing what you all do - you are all truly amazing.
I Just wanted to say how impressed I was by your staff this week. They listened to all our briefings over the past weeks, co-operated with the team and their care was exemplary. I was proud to have them working with us.
Clinical Nurse Lead
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
I really appreciate your efficiency, time and personal touch to make any locum posts go smoothly. You're very dedicated and hardworking and your service alone has reassured me with Your World Company.
Julie D, Occupational Therapist
You're always approachable and contactable and give 100% to support your agency workers in any way they need. I was amazed by how quickly you got me my first job, and you've consistently offered a high level of support and encouragement.
Emilie V, Occupational Therapist
I would like to thank you for all the advice and support throughout. The feedback about yourself and about the agency is 100% positive. Thanks ever so much for everything.
Claudia B, Medical Laboratory Assistant
It was a great pleasure to work with you & YWH.
Mt Santo’s attention to detail and ability to negotiate rates and shifts with hospitals is second to none and he is the best agent I have ever worked with.
I will recommend him and YWH to every locum staff.
Dr. Ludmila S, General Medicine
When I first came to the UK I was afraid and stressed but with your help everything is easier. Very helpful staff, especially Claudia and Luke. You are always quick and clear dealing with my questions, paperwork and in communication with hospital managers.
There is nothing negative that I can mention. So I’ll go to the next step. I hope I have the opportunity to work with you for a long time. As you are aware I’m starting now a part time permanent position but I still have two days and evenings off. If you have more part time locum work in Birmingham, I’m more than happy to consider it. I completely recommend you to my colleagues and every time I have a referral you are one of my first choices.
Nuno C, Respiratory Physiologist
Being a busy walk-in centre our staffing demands are high, Your World Recruitment have been our first point of call for some time now and will be from now on. They are very organised, always helpful and brilliant when we have really needed them. A first class service that I have recommended to businesses and clinicians.
Ryan P, Assistant Practice Manager, Showell Park Health & Walk In Centre
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