This is one of the first questions a client has when considering to hire a Telehandler Operator, and here at Influx Recruitment we receive this question numerous times a year. We understand cost is important.
Cost (along with many other factors) such as reliability matters, and can certainly dictate what recruitment agency you are going to use long term.
So how much will it cost you?
The answer to this is that it depends on your requirements.
This article will outline the factors in which we at Influx Recruitment take into consideration when giving our clients the cost of hiring a Telehandler Operator on a temporary contract.
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Factors That Dictate How Much It Costs To Hire A Telehandler Operator
What type of Telehandler Operator are you looking for?
Are you looking for a Labouring Telehandler Operator who can drive a telehandler and do labouring work, or are you looking for someone who can do this, and operate other machinery such as 360’s as well.
Telehandler Operators in certain areas cost a little bit more or less depending on their demographics and cost of living. For example, the cost of living in London is more expensive therefore candidates expect and get paid more.
#3 Parking Charges
Telehandler Operators working in busy areas such as central Edinburgh/Glasgow may request a higher salary in order to cover parking charges that they incur at parking lots.
But we understand that too, and because we understand the needs of our candidates, they will hopefully get this covered in their wage. We will always be upfront with any additional costs that are being requested in order for you to make a decision.
#4 Length Of Contract
Telehandler Operators may ask for a higher hourly wage if the term time for work is only a week or few days. If its longer term they may consider a lower rate due to job security.
If you want to make sure that someone will be on the job, on time, raring to go, EVERYDAY and keen then you know they will then be WORTH the extra hourly rate.
If a Telehandler Operator knows their work is of a high standard and is renowned for this, they will command a higher rate than someone who may not be of the same calibre. If they come in, get stuck in to the job in hand and get through the work to a high standard quickly then they merit the higher rate.
Recruitment Agency Telehandler Operators
We also understand that you may have had issues with agency Telehandler Operators in the past, however we have always had great feedback on ours!
For example, we placed a Telehandler Operator on a site in Methil, Fife and the client was happy to pay an increased rate up to £19 per hour due to their high quality of work quality and willingness.
We know our candidates are great, but it all comes down to TRUST and we’re happy to prove ourselves to you.
The Cost Of Hiring A Telehandler Operator From A Recruitment Agency
Again, it depends on the above factors mentioned, however you can be looking at rates starting from £15/hour ranging to £19 based on our experience in the current climate.
Hire A Telehandler Operator From Influx Recruitment
If you are looking for a Telehandler Operator and not sure how much we will charge you, then why not get in contact with us?
Our team of dedicated consultants will be happy to explain our pricing structure so you can see exactly what your requirements are and what you are paying for.