Managed Services Provision (MSP)
NES Advantage is the leading engineering workforce solutions provider globally.
NES Advantage is the leading engineering workforce solutions provider globally. We have decades of experience in delivering effective contingent workforce solutions and mobilisation programmes.
World-leading recruitment solutions
In a post covid world, your business needs:
- Flexibility and workforce agility to be business ready
- A motivated and right-sized supply chain to deliver the talent you need
- Technology to improve efficiency, ensure compliance and engage talent
- To deliver cost savings without compromising talent quality
Let NES Advantage take the talent strain.
Effective Workforce Management
A Managed Services programme can help you to achieve your goals and resolve your contingent workforce challenges, allowing you to focus on your core business objectives.
Visibility of local content and hires
Control and analytics across your entire contract workforce
Flexibility to scale up as required
Enabling your organisation to respond to requirements effectively
Eliminating hidden mark-up/charges and non-standardised terms creating guaranteed cost savings
Quicker time to hire
Through a consistent and efficient digitalised end to end process
Compliant mobilisation solutions
Delivering costs savings and reducing risk
Seamless timesheet approvals
Seamless processes reduce the admin burden and minimise risk of error
We have a large network of offices across Canada, coast-to-coast USA, The Caribbean and Latin America
Our teams are committed to supporting nationalisation strategies and partner with the region's biggest energy companies
Europe & CIS
Our office network spans the European continent, from Oslo to Paris, and contains our global head-quarters in Manchester
From North to South East Asia, we have a broad array of offices to offer clients a truly localised and on the ground recruitment service
We have offices across Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea, holding prime vendor status on some of the region's largest engineering projects