Hayley’s position as an assembly operative at Nico’s production and distribution centre was her first ever job and two years on she says it has ‘changed her life’. Hayley can now quickly and accurately assemble a wide range of complex fittings which feed the rest of the production process—a position which demands precision and reliability.
However Hayley previously struggled to find work, fearing that her lack of qualifications and experience deterred prospective employers. She received help from Ingeus in developing her CV, confidence and interview skills and was recommended for a Nico vacancy.
“I am so glad that Ingeus helped me demonstrate the skills I have and that Nico has given me the opportunity to prove myself,” said Hayley. “I am so happy here. The past two years has flown by and I feel secure and confident. I can’t image not working at Nico now.”
Nico’s Business Standards Manager Steve Dalton has been impressed with Hayley’s attitude and work ethic over the past two years and said:
“Unemployed people, youngsters especially, are sometimes portrayed negatively but the people I see are really just desperate to find and stay in work.
“Hayley has got on really well, she is fully trained and I’m delighted she enjoys her role so much. She works hard, as do the rest of the Ingeus recruits, it’s great to see their determination and motivation to succeed.”