Are you hiring the right people?

Are you hiring the right people?

Your employees are the greatest assets to your business. They are the primary key to setting your business apart from your competitors.

Since 2002, Metro has been partnering with leading corporations and local businesses to build and strengthen their most important asset – their people.

We are a permanent and temporary recruitment provider acting as an extension of your business – we work to achieve positive business outcomes with our Employer clients – our talented and experienced Advisors partner with you to deliver value add services in:

Recruitment

We match quality candidates to your needs – specialising in Manufacturing, Transport, Logistics, Distribution & Warehousing and Office Support and Management. From temporary labour hire through to permanent placements we can meet your specific requirements – we ensure a stringent recruitment process is in place for every position we work with you on.

Managed Workforces

Running a business with seasonal requirements or labour intensive processes can take the focus away from core operations and overall performance, if not managed effectively. We support business owners to identify, design and outsource key segments of business process that are more efficiently operated by a casual or temporary labour force.

If you are having troubles finding the right people contact Cleo at Metro today on 0488 088 437 let us find the right talent for your jobs.


Metro On Hire Pty Ltd
Cleo Mallia
General Manager
0488 088 437
cm@metrosolutions.com.au
www.metrosolutions.com.au

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