Having access to a ﬂexible workforce oﬀers advantages including access to scarce skill-sets and mitigating the ﬁnancial and legal risks associated with permanent hires. Jonathan Lee Contract Recruitment provides reliable and ﬂexible resource solutions, with the minimum administrative burden and the highest levels of legislative compliance and professionalism.
contract, temporary, fixed term contract, contingent workers, hourly paid, daily paid, LTD or limited company, umbrella company, PAYE contractors, Inside IR35, Outside IR35, weekly pay, fortnightly pay, monthly pay schedules, compliance, HMRC, interim, interim management, maternity cover, business continuity, master vendor, payroll, payrolling, risk mitigation, contractor management.
Technical contract recruitment, engineering contract recruitment, manufacturing contract recruitment, energy, aerospace, aviation, pharmaceutical, FMCG, rail, software, electronics, controls, automation, defence, general engineering and manufacturing, OEM, tier 1, tier 2, supply chain, agency, consultancy
Sourcing talent on a global scale, we meet the needs of both multinational corporates and SMEs, utilising our network of candidates that are known to us, trusted, available and right for the job. We can supply single contractors through to entire project teams. We can migrate directly engaged contractors and consolidate multi-vendor supply chains to streamline administration and costs.
At Jonathan Lee, our contractors are part of our team. We find hundreds of assignments across a range of industry sectors, offering them flexibility and choice whether through limited, umbrella partners or working directly with our PAYE solution. As many of our consultants are specialists with relevant industry backgrounds, we pride ourselves on our in-depth understanding, insight and credibility necessary to identify the skills, experience and personal attributes required for diﬃcult-to-ﬁll roles.
We oﬀer robust ﬂexible workforce models, designed to clearly deﬁne the relationships and responsibilities of all parties up and down the supply chain. We take our responsibilities for compliance, risk mitigation and the ongoing welfare of our contractors seriously. We operate a strict ISO compliance audit process that protects all parties and meets the complex legal obligations in the contract/freelance sector and requirements of HMRC and others. Retaining the services of one of the country’s top legal practices, we stay up to date with developments in the contractor market, whilst investing signiﬁcantly to keep our own team fully conversant as changes in legislation and best practice occur.
The dynamic and fast-changing technological landscape makes the contract or interim option especially attractive as companies plan for uncertainty. For businesses looking to implement Industry 4.0 technologies, the use of contractors affords the flexibility to take on specialists when there is deficit in skills within the business. We can provide expert guidance and advice throughout the planning and implementation stages, sourcing specialist roles such as designers, applications engineers, data analysts and programmers. Utilising expert contractors not only helps future-proof a business, but also negates the need to hire permanent staff for a 12 to 18 month project.
Torfaen, county borough, historic county of Monmouthshire, south eastern Wales. Torfaen is centred on the urbanized and industrialized valley of the Afon Lywd (formerly called the River Torfaen), and it encompasses the surrounding wooded hills and moorlands.
Pontypool, the county borough’s administrative centre, was an early metalworking centre, with iron smelting dating back to 1577, and immigrants from Pontypool reputedly built the first forge in the United States in 1652. Pontypool became in 1720 the first town in Britain to produce tinplate. Many workers from the town were involved in the Chartist Riots (demonstrations for parliamentary reform) in Newport, Wales, in 1839. The historic industrial landscape associated with Blaenavon Ironworks (near the town of Blaenavon in Torfaen but also including portions of the present Monmouthshire county) was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000. Blaenavon is now the site of Big Pit National Coal Museum.
Cwmbrân, located south of Pontypool, began as a small industrial town, but after World War II it became a focus of governmental development as one of the 32 “new towns” established in the United Kingdom to relieve congestion and decay in the older industrial areas.
Most of Torfaen’s traditional industries have ceased to operate. New industries include the manufacture of automobile components, food processing, nylon production, and electronics. Area 49 square miles (126 square km). Pop. (2001) 90,949; (2011) 91,075.