With us, it’s personal
We’re not just another faceless healthcare recruitment agency. We’ve built a reputation on our culture of care and exceeding expectations. We’re only happy if you are.
Finding needles in haystacks
We work tirelessly to attract the most talented workers available because we know it’s the quality of our employees that sets us apart.
A family feel
NLG is a great place to work. Treating our people with care and respect makes it easier for them to do the same for our clients.
We’ve built our reputation on exceeding the expectations of service users. That’s probably why 80% of our referrals come from existing clients.
Gold standard in recruitment
Awarded by Recruitment & Employment Confederation, this means we can be trusted by those we work for as well as those who work for us.
What our clients & carers say
We’ve worked hard to build our reputation and that involves looking after every individual who works for us and every client that works with us.
“A big thank you for your involvement, for putting the service users package into place and for the care you have shown him and his family, As an MDT, we have worked exceptionally well together.”
“NLG got him home from hospital in impressive time. When the carers were put in situ, the pressure was taken off and everything started to run more smoothly with with much less stress.”
“I’ve worked with NLG for many years and I’ve only ever had good experiences. The staff are always going the extra mile to find me the shifts and locations that suit me best.”
“During my time working with NLG, I have never gone without work. The team are very professional and help to sort out problems , provide training and organise validation.”
“I am an agency nurse and have worked with many agencies. None are as good as NLG. Their staff are amazing and I am treated with respect at all times.”
“I’ve worked for NLG for over twenty years, not needing to be an agency hopper. They’ve always been supportive and resourceful, enabling me to live a good life for which I shall always be grateful.”