About - Why Harmas Riley

This is not just recruitment, this is intelligent recruitment!

Established in 2007 and based in Worksop, North Nottinghamshire,  Harmas Riley has gone on to become one of the UK food and drink manufacturing sector’s leading “go to” recruiters with Employers and Candidates alike.

We intelligently recruit across all sectors of the UK food and drink manufacturing arena - Chilled, Ambient, Frozen and Fresh and across all categories; Bakery, Dairy, Value Added, Ingredients, Food to Go, Meat and Fish, Grocery, Confectionery, Desserts and Beverages. And we recruit across all disciplines - Development, Technical, Engineering, HR, H&S & Environmental, General Management, Supply Chain, Commercial, Operations and Interim. Our Clients range from entrepreneurial SMEs to a $3billion global conglomerate.  

With the war on talent in an industry of constant challenges, where demand for a shrinking pool of experience and knowledge is higher than ever, we are engaging with and talking to the industry top performers daily - those not typically accessible via traditional recruitment methods.  We have a 360° approach to any recruitment assignment, which ensures we reach out and tap into ALL of the candidate market available.  In short, we don’t wait for the best fit candidates to come to us – we go out to the market and reach out to them, whether they are known to us, or not!

Around For The Long Term

Harmas Riley is all about the longer term relationship.  Many of our Clients were former Candidates who liked the way we operate, have similar values and like to work in partnership and in the best interest of both parties.  We are selective about who we work with, and we have a strict hands off policy with any Client’s employees.  In fact, we have a back to basics sets of values when it comes to ethics, standards and integrity.  Our values are underpinned by a philosophy of delivery every time. 

We operate discreetly and confidentially.  We are very proud of our Client portfolio, but prefer to keep our Clients identities under wraps, otherwise how can we search discreetly?!