MC Personnel is a locally based company established in 1998, specialising in the overall requirements of the Industrial, Engineering, Catering, Office & Driving business sectors throughout Kent, SE London and Essex.
MC Personnel was formed by Melanie Maynard FIRP and Claire Robson FIRP to offer businesses the unique opportunity of working with a team committed to providing -
- A Professional Personal Service aimed at exceeding your expectation
- Bespoke solutions to the specific employment needs of your business
- An out of hours contact, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year should your business require it
- Building Long term business relationships
As an independent company we are free to provide our clients with a level of service bespoke to their needs to meet both the changing demands of a successful business and seasonal fluctuations. Our qualified, dedicated consultants work very closely with both our clients and candidates, as we believe that working together results in success through greater understanding.
MC Personnel pride ourselves on our reputation and ensuring the level of service we provide to both Clients and Candidates is maintained at all times. Please take a minute or two to help us ensure these standards continue and take our Satisfaction questionnaire below!
Please click here to take our CLIENT SATISFACTION QUESTIONNAIRE (will take 3-5 minutes).
Please click here to take our CANDIDATE SATISFACTION QUESTIONNAIRE (will take 3-5 minutes).
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