Looking after our most important asset
NRS has considerable experience of transferring workers to the company under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) regulations. We offer support and consultation throughout the process to allay any concerns transferring employees may have.
We think NRS is a great place to work, and we want transferring staff to be happy and enthusiastic about the opportunities on offer.
We take time to introduce transferring staff to NRS, our history, culture and values. We want new employees to feel welcomed into the company. As a service company our people really are our biggest asset, and it is important that they understand and integrate with our service culture and feel part of the team.
We work in partnership with our customers and existing employers to ensure that all parties agree a timetable for consultation. This ensures we are able to meet our legal obligations and proper planning also helps us make sure that the process is smooth and stress-free for transferring staff.
Staff are kept fully informed throughout the transfer process and are fully engaged every step of the way. We know that regular, honest, two-way communication is key to the success of the transfer process.
“They are very supportive and have really helped me in my job when I thought I would have to give it up for personal reasons. They’ve been great bosses.” - Alison M, Administrator
“I can’t think of any better bosses to be honest with you. They’re approachable, they’re supportive. They want the best out of you, but to get the best out of you they give the best of themselves as well.” - Anne J, Cleaning Room Team Leader
Once teams have transferred to NRS we provide a comprehensive, structured induction. This ensures that teams quickly become integrated into the company culture, and gain a thorough understanding of NRS as well as reinforcing our customers’ culture and requirements.
“If you have a problem, or something concerning work, and you need to speak to management, then you get an immediate response.” - Claudio, Warehouse Operative
If staff have any concerns or issues that cannot be answered through dialogue with NRS they can access external counselling and assistance through our Employee Assistance Programme. This is an independent and confidential hotline which staff can use to access a range of support and advice. Run by an organisation called BHSF our Employee Assistance Programme is available to all employees and their families.
For more information and testimonials regarding our successful TUPE process, please click here