Our values of honesty, integrity, commitment and delivery are important to us. We are honest and straightforward in all our dealings with clients, candidates, contractors and our employees.

Managing Diversity
We actively promote diversity at work in order to help to counteract prejudice against a wide range of personal differences, for example; gender, ethnic origin, age, religion, accent, sexual orientation, marital status, academic/vocational qualifications, caring responsibilities, learning difficulties, physical & mental abilities, previous mental illness, spent or irrelevant convictions, and trade union or non-trade union membership.

Managing Discrimination
Penta works hard to ensure that its candidates and contractors are not discriminated against in any way. We work with our clients to ensure that all decisions about the recruitment and selection of candidates and contractors are objective and based on merit.

Penta is committed to treating all applicants and employees in the same way regardless of age, race or colour, nationality or national or ethnic origin, religion or religious belief, sex or marital status, sexual orientation or disability. We are keen to promote an environment which supports the widest range of knowledge, skills and experience, as well as ensuring compliance with the relevant legislation and codes of practice

Environmental responsibility
Penta recognises the need to minimise the adverse impact they have on the environment as much as possible and we have implemented various initiatives to achieve this aim. All Penta offices have recycle bins for waste paper and toner and printer cartridges are recycled with the proceeds being donated to charity.

Most of our office space is open plan which reduces the square footage of offices and reduces energy needs. Our layouts are designed to make operations efficient and encourage strong team development.

We are aware of the initiative to make companies Carbon Neutral and we are making changes to improve our operational efficiency and enhance customer service whilst introducing processes that are environmentally friendly.
Corporate Responsibility

We believe we have a responsibility for each individual that we place to support our global customer base and therefore it is important to behave in a socially and ethically responsible way. We are a values’ driven organisation. Our core values are honesty, integrity, commitment and delivery.

We have a social responsibility for the people who take part in supporting our customers’ products and services worldwide. We believe that people whose work contributes to our success should not be deprived of their basic human rights, nor be forced to suffer physically or mentally from their work in any way. Penta expects the employers that we work with to respect fundamental human rights and to treat our people fairly and with respect. We do not use illegal workers or employ people against their will. We strive to be compliant in all activities, obey national and regional statutory requirements in the countries in which they are operating.

We recommend that all workers are free to peacefully and lawfully join associations of their own choosing, and have the right to bargain collectively. No worker should be discriminated against because of age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, marital or maternity status, political opinion or ethnic background.

We recommend that all workers with the same experience and qualifications receive equal pay for equal work. We strive to pay promptly according to our contracted terms and signed work timesheets. All workers should know the basic terms and conditions of their employment and have legal support available to them at Penta Consulting Ltd.

Corporate Overview
- Established in 1998
- Organic Growth
- Turnover for 2014 (£45m)
- Providing telecoms staffing solutions into over 120 countries
- Global network of offices/partnerships
- UK Headquarters

The REC represents 3,506 corporate members who have branches across all regions of the UK. In addition, the REC represents 4,744 individual members within the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP). All members must abide by a Code of Professional Practice. Above all, the REC is committed to raising standards and highlighting excellence throughout the recruitment industry. ISO9001/2008 Accreditation Since 2002. Launched in 1991, Investors in People is the UK's leading people management standard. It specialises in transforming business performance through people. Over a third of the UK's workforce uses Investors in People today, and employers do so because they see a number of real business benefits. Best Companies Three star accreditation for the fifth year running. Specialist global teleco recruiter Penta Consulting is celebrating 11th position in The Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies to Work for awards. The Association Of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) is the professional body representing the interests of recruitment organisations engaged in the acquisition of professionals, on behalf of their clients, either on a permanent or flexible basis. The Queen's Awards for Enterprise (2014) are highly prestigious awards for outstanding achievement by UK businesses in the categories of Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development. The Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion is awarded to individuals.