HORNER actually started out as a specialist agency in this space and if you ask any transport and logistics organisation chances are they will have worked with HORNER.
Years of experience and knowledge in understanding the unique challenges and risks associated with the Transport, Logistics and Warehousing sector means that with HORNER, you are in expert hands. As the adage goes, what we don’t know about staffing in this space probably isn’t worth knowing.
We understand the imperative requirements of this sector and always find the best fit according to those requirements.
This fast paced automotive parts distributor relies on HORNER for their short term temporary warehouse labour/staff?. HORNER hits the mark with quality staff so often, our client uses our temporary workforce as a source for their permanent recruitment needs – 1 in every 3 workers is offered a permanent job with this organisation. HORNER has taken the time to understand and experience first hand the skill set and more importantly the cultural fit that this organisation requires, which really helps temporary staff to fit in from day one.
The people we provide are given detailed descriptions and photos before they start to ensure they fully understand the workplace. Just because the need is short term or at short notice, it doesn’t mean the service that’s provided should be on the fly. We have been working with this organisation for so long, we are naturally always on the look out for people we know have the skills and competencies they require. When they call with an urgent need we are always able to fill it 100% of the time and that is a fact. The warehouse manager says…
“HORNER is a true partner of our business. They take the time to keep in regular contact, they visit the site and their workers and they truly understand the needs of our business. We work so well together that sometimes they feel like part of the furniture here. You will even see many photo’s on this website were taken in our warehouse. We are proud of our long association with HORNER.”