As a leading recruiter within the Charity, Arts and Not for Profit markets, Langton N4P recognise our obligations as both an employer and a provider of recruitment services to the wider community.
Langton N4P believe that equality and diversity in the workplace is socially, morally and ethically desirable.
We value diversity and endeavour to treat all colleagues, clients and candidates with respect at all times. All employees are encouraged to embrace diversity and support any initiatives taken by the company in this area.
As an employer and recruitment consultancy, we will at all times ensure that we do not discriminate against any job applicant or employee on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, marital status, civil partnership status, ethnic origin, race, religion or belief, colour, nationality, disability or age.
In line with best practise we ensure that our applicant attraction methods do not discriminate and attract a diverse applicant pool, applicants are then selected on the basis of their skills, abilities, experience and potential.
Unless instructed by our clients we do not adopt a recruitment process of positive discrimination, where a client has a need to address diversity imbalance in their organisation we can work with them on the most suitable methods to address this.
Following the implementation of the Age Discrimination Law in October 2006, Langton has ensured that all current and new consultants are made aware of its implications through training and monitoring of their work. This has included changes to the registration process, a fully compliant database and ensuring that our advertising does not contravene the legislation.
The following links provide a variety of sources of information and advice on the subject of equal opportunities & diversity in the workplace. Langton N4P accepts no responsibility for the content of external sites.
This Website has been developed for the use of all organisations, to enable them to implement the C2E Equality and Diversity programme.
The Equal Opportunities Commission is the leading agency working to eliminate sex discrimination in 21st Century Britain.
The DRC has identified its goal being "a society where all disabled people can participate fully as equal citizens", the DRC provide helplines, legal services, advisory groups etc for disabled people.
Commission for Racial Equality
The Commission for Racial Equality is a publicly funded, non-governmental body set up under the 1976 Race Relations Act to tackle racial discrimination and promote racial equality.
Langton N4P Recruitment is a consultancy specialising in the recruitment of Charity, Arts and Not for Profit professionals established in 2008. We provide the following services:
We strive to provide our clients and candidates with services which meet and exceed their expectations. We are committed to continuous improvement and have established a Quality Management System which provides a framework for measuring and improving our performance.
Our QMS contains the following elements:
The Managing Director is ultimately responsible for quality but all employees are encouraged to be responsible for the quality of the service within their direct responsibility. Our policy is reviewed annually.
Langton N4P is committed to reducing waste and pollution where possible. Staff are encouraged to use public transport or walk to work and we offer the option to work from home,
All products which can be recycled are, and electrical equipment is turned off where possible rather than kept on standby.
Information on Langton N4P registration process.
Where possible at Langton N4P we believe that recruiters should meet their candidates. Of course, this is not always possible. Logistical elements conspire to dilute this prospect and there are occasions when due to the urgency of the requirement or the location of the client that this is not always possible as we operate throughout the UK from an office in London.
At Langton, our registration and recruitment process is however as rigorous for candidates that we meet face to face as well as those who are registered over the telephone. We take the time to understand our candidates objectives, conducting a thorough interview using various communication channels that ensures we understand our candidates motivations and drivers, in order that we may best match them to our clients’ needs.
It is our experience of working in the sector that many of our candidates progress to become future clients and through temporary workers or career progression we have represented many of the same candidates time again – a testimony to our understanding and success in working with both parties. Our understanding of our clients’ and candidates’ needs is evident in our track record of recruiting to both temporary and permanent positions as well as the repeat business we receive from many clients.
We also ask all candidates to complete a Langton registration form as well as provide documentation and identification to support this process. For temporary workers we can take up references on your behalf, commonly this is two references unless otherwise specified. If you would like to speak to anyone at Langton N4P regarding this please contact Rebecca du Plessis, Director Langton N4P on 0207 643 1794 or Rebecca@langtonn4p.co.uk
At Langton N4P we pride ourselves on providing a high level of service to both our clients and candidates. The high level of repeat business from both sides is a testimony to the work we put into maintaining relationships and for this reason we welcome any comments should you feel something needs addressing. Should you at any point have cause to raise a complaint or comment with us on any issue you are asked to contact, in the first instance, Heidi Earp who is the Director responsible for client and candidate liaison within the company. Heidi can be reached on 0207 643 1794 or via Heidi@langtonn4p.co.uk. We will acknowledge receipt of your complaint if sent in writing within 24 working hours and will reply fully within 5 working days. We will keep a full written record of any complaints received.