London based industrial temporary recruitment agency specialising in warehousing, labouring, events and exhibitions
Tel: 0207 373 3045
- Labourers & Site Clearers
- Exhibition & Events
- Cleaning & Maintenance
- Forklift Drivers
- Admin & Office Work
2 Hogarth Place
Earl's Court, London
Tel: 0207 373 3045
Welcome to Extraman Recruitment
Warehousing and Labouring Agency
Established in 1970, Extraman is one of London's leading independent suppliers of industrial temporary labour. Many of our clients have been supplied by Extraman for many years, a testament to our commitment to quality and service. From single temps for one day to flexible managed contracts, Extraman meets the needs of all sizes of businesses in London and the South-East.
Serving Labourers and Warehouse Temps
Extraman is committed to providing work-seekers with a professional service. Working mainly within the distribution, construction, exhibition and warehousing sectors, we offer opportunities to thousands of temporary workers every year. We pride ourselves on treating workseekers with respect and honesty and many remain working with us for many years.
"As Head of Logistics at the country's foremost sporting and events stadium, I need to rely on labour supplies that are crucial in helping stage world class events, from football and concerts to motor racing..."
Wes Taylor, Head of Logistics
Wembley National Stadium Ltd
"Extraman have always been my first choice labour supplier for over 30 years..."
Stuart Wilson, Managing Director
John Davies Interiors Ltd
As part of an investigative piece on Euronews, Adrian Gregory, co-owner of Extraman, was interviewed about widespread exploitation of workers in the industrial temporary market.....click here for the full interview
A Channel 4 Despatches documentary on 19th January investigated practices within the agency sector, and highlighted some of issues that Extraman has been lobbying against with various parties such as HMRC, the GLA and legislative bodies.....The following day, Aditya Chakrabortty's article in the Guardian about worker exploitation exposed further the damage being done within the industry. Adrian's letter published in the Guardian (Online 20th Jan, Print 21st Jan) is a response that we believe vocalises an opinion shared by many agencies increasingly disiilusioned with trying to compete in an unlicensed industry. Click here to read his letter.....
Extraman is at the forefront of the struggle to ensure fair and equal treatment of temporary workers, and the fight against non-compliant and exploitative agencies. Sharing a platform with political leaders, Adrian Gregory, one of the owners of Extraman, recently presented to an audience, (including the entire Shadow Cabinet) vocalising the opinions of many that the time is long overdue for the legislature to provide the robust legal framework and enforcement resources to combat exploitation, much of which can be described as routine - click here to see the main content of his speech.....
The new tax year is well under way, and by now all temporary workers at the year-end will have been issued with their P60 documentation. If you feel that you have overpaid any tax, then this could be the time to think about making a claim. Read on for more information
A happy 2015 to all of our temps and staff, and thanks to all for a tremendous effort on behalf of Extraman in 2014.... read more
Extraman temps are reminded that the National Minimum Wage for workers aged over 21 goes up frm £6.31 to £6.50 per hour from October 1st 2014...read more