Industries we work with
We work with companies across a very broad range of industries in the area. Recently we have worked with clients who operate in these sectors:
Selling products to individuals and households, the consumer goods sector covers a wide array of smaller industries. These cover durable items such as white goods to nondurable items such as food and drink. They can be essential items such as clothing to luxury goods such as high-end watches or jewellery.
Jobs in this sector are absolutely not confined to just sales roles. Typically they manage the design, production, supply and selling of consumer goods. You might be working in managing supply chains and distribution or deciding what stock to buy on behalf of a retailer.
The consumer goods industry has never been more dependent on technological developments and how they drive everything from trends in consumer behaviour to the manufacturing processes and supply chains of the goods themselves. HM Staffing has deep understanding of how these different sectors intersect and drive each other forward. We will ensure your next hire is fully equipped to understand all the issues and opportunities your company will face.
No sector is more important, or probably more high profile, than the healthcare and life sciences sectors. Few if any are more dynamic and ever-changing.
Translating laboratory research into new effective drugs and treatments that finally get to patients is a daunting and time-consuming process. It relies on cutting-edge research and close collaboration across private industry, universities, charities, healthcare providers – and, almost always, borders.
But roles in healthcare are not restricted to delivering clinical services to patients. From researchers in laboratories working for pharmaceutical companies or those developing and selling medical equipment to managers running care homes or counselling services, the health and wellbeing sector offers a diverse range of specialist employment opportunities.
We live in the age of information and telecoms companies are responsible for the free flow of information and data – voice, audio, text, video – around the globe and into your home or pocket.
They do this by providing both systems that allow that circulation of data and equipment like mobile phones that receive it and allow the customer to access it.
Jobs in the telecoms sector can range from public-facing roles such as sales and support through to marketing specialists and engineers and technicians developing the latest infrastructure.