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expressHR Services Limited

88 Wood Street
London
EC2V 7RS

T:   0208 528 1550

E: geoff.warburton@expresshr.com

W:  www.expresshr.com

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ABOUT US

We provide innovative technology and services to manage any or all aspects of engaging Agency workers and Bank staff - including rostering and requisitioning, supply chain management, compliance, timesheets, billing and payment. We deliver our technology via browsers and mobile-friendly interfaces so that deployment is quick and easy. We configure our software to meet the precise needs of each individual client and as our technology is tools-based this is also quick and easy and free of charge.

 

PRODUCTS/SERVICES

As a supplier of innovative technology to power the Permanent, Temporary and Contract labour supply chains for the Recruitment and HR industries, expressHR is focussed on what real cost savings and business benefits it can bring to its clients by delivering custom solutions that precisely meet the needs of each client. We offer a broad range of fully customised solutions covering managed recruitment services, self-service HR solutions, and extranet and intranet solutions. Our track record of delivering seamless end-to-end systems is second to none, ensuring maximum efficiency and consistent reporting. All expressHR solutions are totally browser based and mobile-friendly to ensure ease of deployment, use and support. However straightforward or complex your requirements, call us to discuss, you will be surprised how quickly and cheaply we can deliver a fit-for-purpose solution that meets your precise needs.

 

We have successfully delivered solutions to 7 local authorities and 7 NHS Trusts

 

Our partners provide a range of services to manage expenditure and compliance

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