When it comes to recruitment, we truly believe that you get out what you put in. OPM suits the kind of person that doesn’t mind hard work if the rewards are obvious to see. We are an ambitious company and strive to achieve the best results possible.
It’s important to stay positive! We have a long standing philosophy that all OPM employees must try and stay ‘above the line’. No glass half empties here!
Maintaining honest relationships is key to our business model. Since 1998 we’ve established a loyal customer base and made some good friends along the way. Honesty and transparency are crucial to the relationships with our customers and we pride ourselves on this aspect of our service.
Recruitment can be fun! Keeping morale up is important to us and thoughts on what could boost our spirits are always welcome. Team-building experiences can range from small to big ideas; like having lunch together on a Friday, or a big day out at the zoo!
You don’t need to be a hardcore gamer or have experience working in the games industry to join us, we’re looking for someone that wants to form a career in recruitment. We have a company process that each individual adheres to. Every member of the team is encouraged to share their experiences and ideas so that we can learn from them and grow together, this could explain our unusually low turnover of staff compared to recruitment industry standards.
Without the correct training, tools and environment, recruitment can be stressful. OPM aims to give our team the best chance to succeed. All staff attend training from industry experts and we are always on the lookout for new innovative techniques and processes that will bring better results.
We are a member of APSCo who are a professional body representing the interests of recruitment organisations. Members adhere to APSCo’s strict Code of Conduct that looks to protect job seekers, employers and agencies in the recruitment process. In return they offer us advice and networking opportunities that we can use to create a better service.
We are also a member of Ukie who are a trade body supporting the UK’s games and interactive entertainment industry. Their main objective is to make the UK the top place in the world to make and sell computer games. They offer us support when attending events and provide us with extra coverage across the industry.
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