No Risk Recruitment: a new type of recruitment agency

Nochex merchants No Risk Recruitment are game changers in the recruitment industry. Formerly known as Seven Acorns, in July 2014 the company rebranded to No Risk Recruitment to reflect the company’s shift in perspective alongside the constantly shifting economic climate.no risk logo

“As the name suggests, Seven Acorns was where our business started, grew and flourished.  As the economic market has changed, we too have adapted and evolved.  Our rebranding represents a new approach to recruitment.” 

Joe Boll, Owner, No Risk

No Risk offer a bespoke service which draws on their years of experience to help recruiters put together a job advert that will attract the right candidates. As well as posting vacancies to the UK’s leading job boards and social media sites, No Risk filter through CVs to meet recruiters’ criteria at no extra cost.

Why are they called No Risk? Because they are the only recruitment agency to offer a full money back guarantee.

That’s right, they’re that confident in their service.

In the event that recruiters receive less than 100 qualified CVs (after No Risk’s free vetting service) then No Risk will re-run the advert for free until the quota is filled. No Risk want working with them to be just that – risk free.

All this, and No Risk’s no frills, fuss free approach means that they can offer some of the best value for money in the recruitment industry.

No Risk are a new type of recruitment agency:  simple, streamlined, and with unrivalled usability.

For more information, visit noriskrecruitment.co.uk 

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