Client Questions & Answers

Q.How do I obtain more information about Proximity’s Recruitment Service?

If you are keen to discuss a package & process suitable for your vacancy, get in touch on Tel 01327 856127 or Email hello@proximityrecruitment.net where we are happy to talk you through the most appropriate options for your situation.

Q.What are your prices & fees for Permanent Placements?

Proximity’s fee structure has been created with the customer at its heart. The permanent fee will be a competitive percentage rate of the placed candidate’s first annual salary.

Q.What are your prices & fees for Temporary & Interim Placements?

Temporary & Interim placements allow our clients to on-board Marketing & Digital specialists at short notice to cover sickness, absence, maternity or contribute to specific projects. Proximity provides a competitive percentage rate in addition to a candidate’s hourly/day rate to support our clients quickly & effectively.

Q.How does Retained Recruitment work?

Proximity prides itself on our effective & fair Retained Recruitment Service. In this risk-free agreement, we require a 20% refundable deposit for this service; this commitment towards our partnership will result in Proximity prioritising your recruitment project over others. If the project is unsuccessful the deposit will be returned.

Q.What Sectors & Industries do you cover?

Proximity are a Marketing & Digital specialist who provide services across B2B and B2C industries and all sectors. A flexible recruiter we can tailor your process to suit your needs including strategically head-hunting from competitors or searching from outside the industry for new, culturally correct talent.

Q.What happens if I’m not happy with the service provided?

Proximity’s mission is to provide a long-term recruitment partnership. We pride ourselves on understanding, partnering and satisfying our clients with a market leading service; if we do ‘miss the mark’ we have a detailed rebate policy alongside a view to provide future service flexibility, ensuring lessons are learnt and future projects are put ‘back on track’.