Public sector recruiter taking steps to prevent clients from contact with ebola
The company now requires all agency workers to verify whether any of them have recently visited or plan to visit any of countries affected by ebola. If this is the case the agency worker will not be supplied to any TLTP client unless 21 days has lapsed since leaving the affected country and the worker has remained symptom free.
The company is informing all agency workers of this requirement and will continue to ask all new workers and existing workers returning from leave, whether they have visited the affected countries, in order that anyone at risk can be identified.
“The escalating humanitarian crisis caused by the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the transmission to healthcare workers in Spain and the USA have received extensive media coverage,” explains managing director, Darryl Mydat. “The on-going outbreak has been declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health Organisation and we are committed to doing whatever we can to ensure our clients are protected from any potential contact with ebola.”
Founded in 2006, TLTP Group is a privately owned recruitment consultancy specialising in the supply of professionals to both the public and private sectors worldwide. At the heart of TLTP’s role as a vendor manager is the guarantee to provide people who are unquestionably fit for purpose. At the same time it ensures that its workforce is placed on assignments to which they are suited as individuals, where they are happy and content – assignments which suit their personal agendas and circumstances, where their contribution is appreciated, where they can provide the vital services for which they were trained and where they can further develop their skill-sets.