FAQs

FAQs for Employers

  • What companies do you work with?
    • We work with construction companies of all shapes and sizes based in Europe and throughout the world.
  • What are your support hours?
    • Our support office is open 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. weekdays and 7 a.m. – 9 a.m. Saturdays.
  • What paperwork is required of us or my company?
    • You will be asked for a certificate of incorporation from Companies House,
  • How do we deal with drug testing and background screening?
    • We handle background screening, testing and display the results on profile. We also perform skill assessments and share the results where applicable.
  • How do we deal with taxes, wages, insurance, etc.?
    • Insurance is not provided. Wages and taxes are to be handled by the employer or the worker/contractor depending on the nature of the work agreement for each job.

 

FAQs for Workers

  • Are there any employment benefits provided?
    • We’re not able to offer extensive benefits packages since the jobs listed onsite vary depending on contract type and length.
  • How soon can I be placed into a position?
    • In most cases, assuming paperwork and background checks are clear, we can place people into a job almost immediately.
  • What if the job isn’t right for me?
    • If you inform us of specific skills during hiring we should be able to prevent you from ever being placed improperly.
  • I need special accommodation due to an injury; can I be placed into a job?
    • In some cases, yes. Inform us during your intake process to learn more about light duty jobs.
  • Are full-time jobs available?
    • Employers have different types of contracts available. Although some may initially be short-term, there are likely possibilities to transition into more full-time jobs within companies, once you establish a working relationship.
  • What companies do you work with?
    • We work with construction companies of all shapes and sizes based in Europe and throughout the world.
  • What types of jobs are available?
    • Jobs are available in a wide variety of areas in the construction industry, from architects to plumbers to site managers to electricians and dozens more. We accommodate any skilled or unskilled job in construction.
  • How do I apply, and what kind of paperwork do I need?
    • You can get started by applying online via the following link – Register. You’ll need to have proof of citizenship or legal status to work in the European Union before you are able to start working. This may include, but isn’t limited to, a driver’s license, visa, or passport. A student ID is not a valid form of identification.