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Designed for you

Designed for you

Pretium, the workforce management company that partners with companies and organisations across the UK and Ireland to help manage their temporary agency workforce.

Our key principles of transparency, simplification, and control, help our clients achieve significant savings on contingent labour spend, whilst creating a motivated supply chain through long term, sustainable commercial agreements.

With legal compliance at the forefront of any engagement with temporary labour, our primary VMS allows real-time auditing of everything from worker compliance through to worker payment, ensuring the entire recruitment process is compliant, transparent, and controlled from end to end.

This is the most agile VMS system in operation today and is built around each of our clients’ individual process and language. We combine this with traditional customer service, providing the very best managed service provision.

Pretium practices a partnering approach with our client base and associated suppliers. We are not here to take over relationships, we are here to facilitate them.

Savings

Pretium practices a supplier funded model. This means, at no point, are there any charges for our services to our clients. Suppliers simply pay a small, fixed hourly fee for the hours that are processed through the MSP. That’s it. Simple.

Because Pretium focuses on transparency and control to achieve savings of 10% and more on annual recruitment spend, your supply chain can maintain sustainable and attractive commercial agreements.

Motivated suppliers provide the best service.

Data As A Service (DaaS)

Quite possibly the most powerful part of a successful MSP is the data that it can provide, and how often it can provide it. At Pretium, all of our clients enjoy highly detailed MI reports that are built specifically around the clients’ requirements. This includes:

Weekly summary dashboards

Full weekly line data of every worker across every site

Agency performance

% Reason for spend

Site spend

P/O Reporting

Rebate capture

AWR Compliance

IR35 Compliance

Temp to perm transfer management

PPE and equipment management

YTD reporting

Annual Agency Report


Agile MSP

Lots of today’s MSP solutions utilise cumbersome, ‘end of life’ technology to try and manage today’s fast-paced world of contingent labour. Our primary VMS, Engage, is the most agile platform available today. We are able to tailor the system to our clients’ individual process and language, ensuring 100% system usage, and ZERO % leakage.

Often MSP’s will take months to mobilise services. At Pretium, we can often have a full system MSP up and running within 4-6 weeks, sometimes sooner.

Proof of Concept

As with any major step-change in process, you have to be confident in your decision and its future success. This is why, at Pretium, we offer a Proof of Concept stage before any contracts are signed.

Prospective clients can enjoy the experience of using our service, with real data, and using their own suppliers, without a full commitment of a signed contract. During this stage, there are no supplier fee’s charged either. At the end of the concept stage, we simply ask if you would like to progress with us, or take a bit more time to think about it. Simple. And now risk-free.

£114m


Current spend under management

10.7%


Average yearly savings

98%


Invoice burden reduction

17mins


Average system training time

£0


End user cost of Pretium

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Pretium Partners

At Pretium, we firmly believe that our supply chain should be our partners. That is why, when you become an accredited supplier to one of our services, you become a partner.

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Why become a partner?

We invite you in to open up further opportunities with you. Why wouldn’t we? Our customers need high quality, compliant suppliers, and you want long term relationships with secure clients that need your support. We are here to facilitate relationships, not take them over.

As a Pretium Partner, you will benefit from:

  • PSL Sharing – We will open up doors to all our clients to relevant and compliant suppliers.
  • Host monthly round table meets/socials – We are NOT a faceless boring Netural Vendor that never speaks to you! We want to meet you, work WITH you, and share idea’s!
  • Market intel – Share the knowledge! We are all here for the same reason. A collaborative approach is our only way forwards.

Pretium Partners

At Pretium, we firmly believe that our supply chain should be our partners. That is why, when you become an accredited supplier to one of our services, you become a partner.

Partner Locations

Why become a partner?

We invite you in to open up further opportunities with you. Why wouldn’t we? Our customers need high quality, compliant suppliers, and you want long term relationships with secure clients that need your support. We are here to facilitate relationships, not take them over.

As a Pretium Partner, you will benefit from:

  • PSL Sharing – We will open up doors to all our clients to relevant and compliant suppliers.
  • Host monthly round table meets/socials – We are NOT a faceless boring Netural Vendor that never speaks to you! We want to meet you, work WITH you, and share idea’s!
  • Market intel – Share the knowledge! We are all here for the same reason. A collaborative approach is our only way forwards.
 
 

Apply to be on our supply chain today!

Our Sectors

Industry-leading insights and trending news

FACILITIES & CONSTRUCTION

Currently Pretium works with multiple clients across the FM and Construction Industries. With a combined value of £240 Billion per year contributed to the UK economy, it's no wonder that recruitment and contingent labour demand in this sector is high. And that demand is growing, with a shrinking skills market. Providing clients with a system and service which speeds up the process of fulfilling vacancies, whilst providing significant savings and worker compliance, is even more vital in today's fast paced and heavily legislated industries.

FACILITIES & CONSTRUCTION

Currently Pretium works with multiple clients across the FM and Construction Industries. With a combined value of £240 Billion per year contributed to the UK economy, it's no wonder that recruitment and contingent labour demand in this sector is high. And that demand is growing, with a shrinking skills market. Providing clients with a system and service which speeds up the process of fulfilling vacancies, whilst providing significant savings and worker compliance, is even more vital in today's fast paced and heavily legislated industries.

AVIATION

Today the UK has third-largest aviation network in the world, and the second largest aerospace manufacturing sector. The aviation sector has a turnover of over £60 billion, contributes over £22 billion to our GDP and almost one million UK jobs are directly or indirectly supported by it. In addition our aerospace manufacturing sector generates annual exports of £26 billion and has a global market opportunity of £3.5 trillion over the next twenty years. It also employs over 100,000 highly skilled British workers and provides technology and research that has significant catalytic spin off benefits to the wider UK economy.

AVIATION

Today the UK has third-largest aviation network in the world, and the second largest aerospace manufacturing sector. The aviation sector has a turnover of over £60 billion, contributes over £22 billion to our GDP and almost one million UK jobs are directly or indirectly supported by it. In addition our aerospace manufacturing sector generates annual exports of £26 billion and has a global market opportunity of £3.5 trillion over the next twenty years. It also employs over 100,000 highly skilled British workers and provides technology and research that has significant catalytic spin off benefits to the wider UK economy.

HOSPITALITY

The Catering and Hospitality Industry is the 3rd biggest industry in the UK. Up and down the country it has produced household names who are at the top of their game both Front of House and in the many Kitchens you see on Television today. It is an Industry that takes huge pride in its professionalism and work ethic where nothing is too much trouble for a guest and a dish doesn’t leave the kitchen until it is perfect.

Our supply partners take huge pride in the staff that work to produce the food, keep the Front of House and Back of House clean and hygienic and the staff that ultimately serve you and make your service special whether it be in Food Service, within a Hotel, in a Restaurant or at an Event. In such a fast moving, compliance lead market, our services provide clients with the control and transparency required to manage flexible workforce's working within the Hospitality sector.

HOSPITALITY

The Catering and Hospitality Industry is the 3rd biggest industry in the UK. Up and down the country it has produced household names who are at the top of their game both Front of House and in the many Kitchens you see on Television today. It is an Industry that takes huge pride in its professionalism and work ethic where nothing is too much trouble for a guest and a dish doesn’t leave the kitchen until it is perfect.

Our supply partners take huge pride in the staff that work to produce the food, keep the Front of House and Back of House clean and hygienic and the staff that ultimately serve you and make your service special whether it be in Food Service, within a Hotel, in a Restaurant or at an Event. In such a fast moving, compliance lead market, our services provide clients with the control and transparency required to manage flexible workforce's working within the Hospitality sector.

ENERGY

Gas and electricity have long been the driving force of the UK; powered by coal, oil, gas, wind, solar and hydro-power, the energy sector underpins the entire ecosystem on which Britain’s economy has blossomed.

As a sector that contributes a staggering £28 billion to Britain’s economy and Government pressure to ‘go green’ is higher than ever; the EU has set a target for the UK to increase its share of renewable energy. In order to meet the UK’s renewable energy targets, the government needs to pour approximately £3bn into the sector every year.

The Energy sector in the UK accounts for 3.2% of GDP with over 179,000 people directly employed (6.2% of industrial employment) and more indirectly, an estimated 126,700.

In light of the rapidly shifting industry, the UK energy sector is thirsty for talent that can put investment plans into action, shaping the future of energy generation, distribution, supply and regulation for generations to come.

ENERGY

Gas and electricity have long been the driving force of the UK; powered by coal, oil, gas, wind, solar and hydro-power, the energy sector underpins the entire ecosystem on which Britain’s economy has blossomed.

As a sector that contributes a staggering £28 billion to Britain’s economy and Government pressure to ‘go green’ is higher than ever; the EU has set a target for the UK to increase its share of renewable energy. In order to meet the UK’s renewable energy targets, the government needs to pour approximately £3bn into the sector every year.

The Energy sector in the UK accounts for 3.2% of GDP with over 179,000 people directly employed (6.2% of industrial employment) and more indirectly, an estimated 126,700.

In light of the rapidly shifting industry, the UK energy sector is thirsty for talent that can put investment plans into action, shaping the future of energy generation, distribution, supply and regulation for generations to come.

ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING

Nearly 5.7 million employees work in engineering enterprises in the UK, representing just over 19% of total UK employment in all registered enterprises. As a proportion of total employment, this has remained relatively consistent for the last three years. It has been forecast that engineering employers will need to recruit 265,000 skilled entrants annually to meet demand for engineering enterprises through to 2024, this figure has increased drastically from last year’s forecast of 182,000.

The UK’s advanced engineering industry has thousands of supply chain companies to deliver the precision products and specialist services needed. There is also a thriving manufacturing industry, with investment in automation and technological advances potentially adding £275bn to the national economy each year.

New technologies are set to transform productivity in the next few years, a process referred to as the 4th Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. The World Economic Forum considers the UK a leading country for Industry 4.0 – ranked 2nd for technology and innovation, and 1st for available financing.

The embracing of technology within this sector extends to systems that can manage large scale flexible workforce's, which serve to provide the control and efficiency needed to provide an effective solution to labour management.

ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING

Nearly 5.7 million employees work in engineering enterprises in the UK, representing just over 19% of total UK employment in all registered enterprises. As a proportion of total employment, this has remained relatively consistent for the last three years. It has been forecast that engineering employers will need to recruit 265,000 skilled entrants annually to meet demand for engineering enterprises through to 2024, this figure has increased drastically from last year’s forecast of 182,000.

The UK’s advanced engineering industry has thousands of supply chain companies to deliver the precision products and specialist services needed. There is also a thriving manufacturing industry, with investment in automation and technological advances potentially adding £275bn to the national economy each year.

New technologies are set to transform productivity in the next few years, a process referred to as the 4th Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. The World Economic Forum considers the UK a leading country for Industry 4.0 – ranked 2nd for technology and innovation, and 1st for available financing.

The embracing of technology within this sector extends to systems that can manage large scale flexible workforce's, which serve to provide the control and efficiency needed to provide an effective solution to labour management.

RAIL

The UK rail industry accounts for expenditure of around £12 billion per year and provides more than 200,000 UK jobs, with around 40 percent of those in the supply chain.

Many major new rail investment projects amounting to billions of pounds are underway or planned, including Crossrail, Thameslink, Intercity Express Programme, Edinburgh to Glasgow Improvements Programme (EGIP) and High Speed 2.

At the heart of today’s UK rail success story lies a strong partnership between the public and private sector. This partnership generates passenger growth by providing commercial expertise in market growth and an industry focused on attracting more rail users.

Safety is at the forefront of everything that is done within the rail industry. Reliability is also key as the more reliable the railway is, the more people will want to use it. Having a robust process and system to manage rail workers is key to managing safety and compliance, whilst providing control over spend to ensure projects are delivered on time, and within budget.

RAIL

The UK rail industry accounts for expenditure of around £12 billion per year and provides more than 200,000 UK jobs, with around 40 percent of those in the supply chain.

Many major new rail investment projects amounting to billions of pounds are underway or planned, including Crossrail, Thameslink, Intercity Express Programme, Edinburgh to Glasgow Improvements Programme (EGIP) and High Speed 2.

At the heart of today’s UK rail success story lies a strong partnership between the public and private sector. This partnership generates passenger growth by providing commercial expertise in market growth and an industry focused on attracting more rail users.

Safety is at the forefront of everything that is done within the rail industry. Reliability is also key as the more reliable the railway is, the more people will want to use it. Having a robust process and system to manage rail workers is key to managing safety and compliance, whilst providing control over spend to ensure projects are delivered on time, and within budget.

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