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Recommend a Friend Programme

If you are pleased with our services, let others know and claim your reward!

Personal recommendations are the best source of candidates for us so we offer a referral bonus to anyone that puts us in touch with a new successful candidate.  The amount we offer* in different currencies according to your location is as follows:

GBP 400
AED 2,300
HKD 5,000

*Subject to local taxation rules in your location and the completion of a successful probation period by the person referred with a Maxim Recruitment client. Full terms and conditions available on request.

If you know someone in the construction or property sector anywhere in the world that might be interested in speaking to us you can:

  • Call / email us with their details (wth their permission)
  • Pass them our contact details and ask them to mention you when they call in
  • Click the Recommend a Friend button on our individual job pages – start searching Jobs to find the best matches.  Examples: UK Quantity Surveyors, Hong Kong Claims Consultants

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Please get in touch with our experienced consultants at your local Maxim Recruitment office using the details on the Contact page.

Industry News

Skanska to lay off 3,000 people

Skanska is to lay off 3,000 employees around the world in a bid to improve profitability – plans including quitting the US power sector and focusing on its core business in the UK.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 08:57 Read more »

Heathrow seeks views on cut-price expansion plans

Heathrow Airport has launched what is set to be one of the largest public consultations in UK history.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 07:39 Read more »

Transport for the North sets out £70bn wish-list

A coalition of local authorities and business leaders in the north of England have produced a 30-year plan to improve transport links in their region.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 07:06 Read more »

Carillion collapse pushes reform up the agenda

The government has agreed to look again at the whole question of construction procurement and the construction industry model in the wake of the collapse of Carillion.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 07:47 Read more »
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