Recruitment | InvitISE | UK

Public Sector Frameworks

InvitISE Ltd have public UK recruitment experience that we leverage to fill various types of roles, ranging from permanent (salary), temporary (salary) and contract (hourly / daily rate) resources. This experience spans across a breadth of sectors, including Analysis; Commercial & Procurement; Communications; Digital, Data & Technology; Finance; HR; Project Management & Delivery; and Security.

InvitISE Ltd have been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service’s RM6229 Permanent Recruitment 2 framework for Lot 2 – Non Clinical General Recruitment 

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2020/21, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits equal to £2.04bn – supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

Equality, Respect & Accessibility

Promoting equal opportunities is fundamental to the ambitions and ethos of Invitise Ltd. We not only believe that every person deserves equal treatment, but also that recruiting entirely on merit is the best way to place the best candidates. Equal opportunity is therefore ingrained throughout our business, from the way we recruit internally, to the way we treat our customers and candidates. Candidates, customers, and employees can therefore engage with InvitISE knowing they will feel safe and respected.

Central to upholding our values and ethos is recruiting staff who share our values and then providing them further training. All staff receive training in the subject of equality and diversity within the first week of their employment, with refresher course scheduled every year. Our Director, Fahim, keeps up on legislation and other developments to ensure our training is always up to date and considerate of those from all backgrounds. Our fully trained and vetted staff will therefore treat their colleagues and all other persons with respect.

We want our values to be evident throughout our supply chain and stakeholders. We therefore extend our expectations throughout our supply chain, operating a zero-tolerance policy on discrimination, harassment and/or victimisation in the workplace in connection with any services provided. We mandate, as a minimum, that suppliers pledge their commitment to our values and all relevant legislation such as the Equality Act 2010.

Some public contracts deliver services to service users with needs such as physical or mental disabilities, medical conditions or other factors that place them in a vulnerable position. We ensure that these service users are always treated with courtesy and that their dignity, safety, security and wellbeing is always treated as a priority.

Human Rights, Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

Our company is dedicated to protecting human rights and abiding by employment laws such as the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

We ensure that our activities do not directly or indirectly violate human rights in countries where we operate. During recruitment, we look out for signs of labour exploitation and human trafficking, and we act if we have any doubt. We carry checks out as part of our internal and external recruitment processes such as the retaining of passports.

Since victims of slavery are likely to engage with healthcare providers, our staff receive human rights training and can identify signs of trafficking. They are taught to refer the case to organisations which can first investigate and then provide support. Training our staff to recognise the sign of trafficking creates a network that subsequently helps us remain vigilant to the risks. Our staff also receive training in safeguarding to help them better respond to the risks related to health, wellbeing and human rights of children, young persons and adults at risk.

The greatest risk of slavery, child labour, human trafficking and inhumane treatment lies in the employment of suppliers and contractors by Invitise Ltd where their work practices may be non-compliant. Therefore, we only partner with reputable suppliers and will not enter into a business relationship with unethical businesses or oppressive countries.

Environmental Sustainability

We are a startup company, established in May 2021, and we have embarked on the journey of gathering data related to our carbon emissions. To ensure the accuracy of our emissions calculations, we are collaborating with sustainability experts. As time progresses, we anticipate that we will accumulate more comprehensive and precise data, enabling us to enhance the accuracy of our business emissions reporting. Once we have a clearer understanding of our emissions, we will be better equipped to establish emission reduction targets.

As a responsible Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME), InvitISE Ltd are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and contributing to a sustainable future. Here are some key carbon reduction initiatives we will implement:

  1. Energy Efficiency Improvements:
  • Conduct an energy audit to identify areas of energy waste.
  • Upgrade lighting systems to energy-efficient LED bulbs.
  • Install programmable thermostats and optimize heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
  1. Sustainable Transportation:
  • Encourage employees to use public transportation, carpooling, or biking to work.
  • Implement a telecommuting policy to reduce the need for commuting altogether.
  1. Waste Reduction and Recycling:
  • Establish a comprehensive waste reduction and recycling program.
  • Minimize single-use plastics and encourage reusable alternatives.
  • Partner with waste management companies to ensure responsible disposal and recycling practices.
  1. Sustainable Procurement:
  • Source products and materials from suppliers who prioritize environmental sustainability.
  • Consider life cycle assessments when making procurement decisions to choose products with lower carbon footprints.
  1. Employee Engagement:
  • Educate employees about the importance of carbon reduction and involve them in identifying and implementing sustainable practices.
  • Incentivize and recognize employees who actively contribute to carbon reduction efforts.
  1. Carbon Offset Programs:
  • Invest in carbon offset programs that support reforestation, renewable energy projects, or methane capture initiatives.
  • Calculate our company’s carbon emissions and purchase offsets to neutralize our remaining emissions.
  1. Continuous Monitoring and Reporting:
  • Implement a carbon tracking system to monitor and report emissions regularly.
  • Set annual reduction targets and track progress toward achieving them.
  • Publish annual sustainability reports to communicate our carbon reduction efforts with stakeholders.
  1. Collaborative Initiatives:
  • Join industry associations and collaborative initiatives focused on carbon reduction and sustainability. Share best practices and learn from others in the field to improve our own initiatives.
  • By implementing these carbon reduction initiatives, we are taking significant steps to mitigating climate change and reducing our environmental impact. We recognize that carbon reduction is an ongoing commitment, and we are dedicated to continuously improving our practices and setting higher targets as we progress

We aspire to obtain value for every taxpayer pound and to be able to demonstrate that long-term value to the taxpayer. This means that our contracts are priced to offer sustainable value throughout their life, including when changes are needed. We work in good faith to resolve any disputes promptly and fairly during the life of a contract through good relationship management and, where appropriate, contractual dispute resolution mechanisms.

We use recognised industry best practices in the delivery of recruitment services to, or on behalf of, all our contracting authorities. We aim to continuously improve our services and bring innovation, ideas and expertise to help Contracting Authorities to address their strategic challenges and to support growth and prosperity in the UK.

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