How we work
We are a passionate team of recruiters, with over 60 years of recruitment experience between us. A name and reputation you can trust.
Our Permanent Division
Prior to submitting candidates for permanent assignments, we always conduct an in-depth interview at our Godalming office. Candidates are then contacted and fully briefed with vacancy information to ensure their interest before CVs are submitted to the client and considered for interview.
We liaise with the Resourcing Manager and applicants throughout the whole process, obtaining feedback from candidates to keep you fully informed. At DCA you will always have a consultant to speak to at every stage of the recruitment process. When an offer has been made we will manage the whole process for you. We have procedures in place for making job offers and also for contacting unsuccessful applicants.
Our professional approach to matching candidates to vacancies ensures we have an excellent rate of successful placements. This is why companies repeatedly choose DCA for their recruitment needs.
Partner & Permanent Division Consultant
Our Temporary Division
We pride ourselves at DCA on successfully placing excellent temporary staff within a short time scale.Using the power of our DCA portal you can select your preferred temporary member of staff at the click of a button. Alternatively, you can always speak to Robert Creer or Penny Creer to discuss your assignment.
We strictly adhere to the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations and candidates are given a 'Temporary Workers Pack', which includes their 'Terms of Engagement', details regarding their assignment and relevant information about the company (including Health and Safety).
Partner & Temporary Division Consultant
Our Support Services
In addition to being partners in the business, Penny and David look after the financial aspects of the company. They cover payroll, accounting, credit control and payments.
Penny also assists Robert and Richard in the consultancy, drawing on her experience and understanding of working in office support.
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation
We adhere to 'The Code of Good Recruitment Practice', outlined by The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). The code was developed to ensure jobseekers and employers receive the highest recruitment standards. We have attended training courses run by the REC, including seminars on employment law and advanced interviewing techniques.