In 1995, reed.co.uk became the first recruitment website offered by a recruitment agency in the UK. Since then, it has become a leading job site, featuring vacancies from over 25,000 recruiters a year, including private and public sector employers, recruitment agencies and consultants from Reed’s offices in the UK and abroad.
Contact Reed by phone
Reed has hundreds of UK telephone numbers, with different numbers listed for each of its 100 branches and for enquiries about different types of jobs available, as well as for the various employment-related courses the company offers. To find the number relevant to your enquiry, you need to go to their website, then click on the ‘Contact Us’ tab.. You will be prompted to enter your postcode, and once sent, you will see a list of nearby offices and telephone numbers. You can also search for relevant telephone numbers by clicking on specific regions in the UK. For enquiries from companies wanting to contract employment services, these are the contact details. For employers offering jobs, telephone 0845 241 9293. For Reed Talent Solutions: telephone 0845 460 7455; or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For Reed ON TIME customer support call 0333 240 8510 or email email@example.com. For Complaints you should contact a consultant at your local REED office by telephone in the first instance. If this does not work, put your complaint in writing together with all relevant documentation and any documentary evidence supporting the complaint, and send it by email or regular mail to Reed Specialist Recruitment Ltd, Academy Court, 94 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DT.
Contact Reed customer service on the internet
The home page of the Reed internet website, is headed with two job search boxes, which allows jobseekers to key in the type of work they want, and the location where they can work. The site has 42 job categories. The ‘Contact Us’ page contains an extensive FAQs section, and an online contact form. Also on the home page is a tab ‘Courses’ which takes you to information about a range of free and payable courses related to employment, and how to sign up for them. There is also a ‘Careers Advise’ tab which houses a range of articles and practical advice on interview tips and techniques. Reed’s ‘Help’ page provides answers to many common questions, and links to on line forms, but the organization does not publicise any email addresses for customer service departments.
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