Oliver Rae is a recruitment agency located in Walsall & Halesowen specialising in a range of sectors. Our team of experienced consultants is on hand to manage the demand and supply. Providing quick and informed solutions completely tailored to each client.
Results matter and so does your time. Let us help you build the productive engaged workforce that will keep your company moving forward.
Oliver Rae is an independent recruitment agency located in Walsall and Halesowen specialising in a range of sectors for Temporary and Permanent Solutions. We offer honest, reliable, and flexible service to allow you to get the best recruitment practice in place for your business.
The specialist sectors we supply focus on the Manufacturing, Engineering, Logistics, Clerical, Food Production, and Managerial roles. However, we are not limited to these sectors. The consultants have the leading market knowledge and are trained to advise each business on the best route to hiring.
Our business is built on relationships we have worked hard over the years to maintain with outstanding service levels across all sectors.
Clients have joined our journey, empowered our operations, and in return we have driven their performance and assisted in staff retention.
If you have ever wondered what it’s like to have a recruitment partner full of happy, highly motivated teams at your service? You will soon find out with Oliver Rae.
Whether it’s a quick turnaround, current teams need developing, a skills shortage is on the horizon or you want a long-term partnership with a Recruitment Agency you can trust.
We’ve got you covered with time-tested results that are built for long-term success without sacrificing quality.
Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at our testimonials and see what our clients have to say.
We pride ourselves on being passionate, honest, flexible, reliable, and accountable. Our blog shows exactly that! Keep up with our latest news, tips, and recruitment updates.
When an economic downturn arises, businesses do one of two things. They either batten down the hatches and reduce all company spending, decide against increasing their workforce, and brace for impact, hoping they come through