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Whether you are a Candidate, Client or Patient we promise to put you first.
This means giving you our undivided attention, providing the opportunity of
a rewarding career and being on hand to meet your needs and ambitions.

Festive Period Payments
As the festive period is fast approaching, please see below amendments to submission deadline and pay dates.
Work for week ending 19/12/2021– deadline of hours and/or invoice via your umbrella company will remain as Tuesday 21st December at 3pm, payment will be processed and cleared funds will be with your umbrella company by Thursday 23rd December 2021
Work for week ending 26/12/2021 – deadline of hours and/or invoice via your umbrella company will be Wednesday29th December at 12pm, payment will be processed and cleared and cleared funds will be with your umbrella company by Thursday 30th December 2021
Work for week ending 2/1/2022 – will revert back to normal at 3pm Tuesday with cleared funds on Friday 7th January 2022.
Please note, we are unable to make any payments without an invoice to support your timesheets and vice versa therefore for those whose placements operate a paper timesheet, it will be your responsibility to ensure your timesheets is sent to us by the deadline in order for an invoice to be requested. For anyone operating through an umbrella company whereby we do not request invoices on your behalf, will also be your responsibility to ensure your invoice is sent to us by the deadlines above.
For those whose placements operate an electronic timesheet system, it will be your responsibility to ensure your shifts are booked onto the system, authorised by your manager and released by yourself by the deadline in order for an invoice to be requested. Any umbrella companies that we do not request invoices on your behalf will be your responsibility to ensure your invoice is send to us by the deadlines above.
We must stress the importance that these deadlines are adhered to with all documentation being received by this time as we will NOT be able to extend the deadline or make individual payments for anyone during these weeks.
If you foresee any potential issues or have any concerns, then please do contact us as soon as possible to enable us to assist you as best as we can.
On behalf of all at Westmeria, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to you for your continued loyalty, support and hard work and wish you all a joyful festive period.


The situation is continuously developing and Westmeria will ensure to update all relevant guidance on this site
Following government guidance, we will be working both from home and Westmeria’s office when safe to do so, but rest assured this will not affect our service to you. However, due to the unprecedented number of emails and calls we are are receiving, it may take slightly longer for us to respond to you. With this in mind, please bear with us, but for all urgent issues, please email info@westmeriarecruitment.co.uk.
National changes
From November 30, face coverings are once again compulsory in shops, banks and post offices, and in settings such as hairdressers, and on public transport in England.
Regardless of vaccination status, any suspected Omicron case or case contact will be contacted by NHS test and trace and required to self-isolate for 10 days.
Anyone entering the UK now requires a PCR test within 48 hours of arrival and must self-isolate until they have a negative result The Government has also announced that the COVID-19 booster programme will be offered to all over 18s.
The JCVI has recommended the gap between second dose and booster be reduced to three months from the current six months. People who are severely immunosuppressed should be offered a fourth booster dose no sooner than three months after their third.
Please remember:
The most common symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) are;
A high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature
A new continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
If you have any of the main symptoms above;
Visit the Government website to book yourself a PCR test. Test centres are now open 7 days a week and can also order online
Contact your local GP - To discuss your concerns and for further advice
Call 111 - if you are extremely worried about any of your symptoms, call this number to be able to get further guidance or assistance
Keep isolated - Until you have received your results, you and anyone you live with should isolate as much as possible
How to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus​
  1. Wash your hands more often than usual, for 20 seconds using soap and hot water, particularly after coughing, sneezing and blowing your nose, or after being in public areas where other people are doing so.
  2. Use hand sanitiser if that’s all you have access to.
  3. To reduce the spread of germs when you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue, or your sleeve (not your hands) if you don’t have a tissue, and throw the tissue away immediately. Then wash your hands or use a hand sanitising gel.​
  4. Clean and disinfect regularly touched objects and surfaces using your regular cleaning products to reduce the risk of passing the infection on to other people.
  5. Open doors and windows when possible to allow fresh air flow.
  6. It is again mandatory to wear face coverings when in shops, public transport and advised when it is hard to stay away from other people( particularly indoors or in a crowded area).
  7. If you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home, or your condition gets worse, or your symptoms do not get better after 7 days, then use the coronavirus service. Alternatively, call NHS 111 or for a medical emergency dial 999
  8. It is also advised to get the COVID19 Vaccinations.
Please refer to Gov.uk/Coronavirus for further information.​​
Further information, advice and tips can be seen on accessed via our News page
*More information will be published once updated

Who We Are

Here at Westmeria Recruitment, we employ a strict set of values to underpin our business approach which are all based on the premise that with each activity we undertake, a persons life will be impacted by the professionals we supply to our Clients. We therefore use our knowledge of the market and ability to place the ‘right candidate’ into the ‘right position’ to ensure we offer we provide upmost confidence in all we do. Furthermore, we always act with professionalism in collaborative partnerships, to ensure that the needs of our Candidates and Clients are always met throughout all aspects of the recruitment cycle. Westmeria Recruitment have been awarded Platinum status in past audits and to date under the NHS CPP Framework

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    ​Westmeria Recruitment is acting as a bridge between myself and my current placement. They have supported me personally during the most critical time in my Nursing career during the Pandemic Lockdown. When I caught Covid, I felt supported by phone calls, liaising with my placement and offering emotional support throughout this challenging times.

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    ​I’ve been working with Westmeria for quite a long time now, I enjoy working with you guys. I have security, I can call you anytime, you are always just at the end of a phone. You have real involvement with us and always have my back. Someone always reminds me about timesheets, training etc. because you understand how busy our roles are and keep us organized, thank you’.

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    There was no covid support in the previous team I worked in, which was my last placement by another agency. As agency staff we were not allowed to work from home which meant we had to be in the team base 5 days a week and therefore have daily contact with other people and therefore be more at risk of contacting covid. Moving to a different service with Westmeria, I was assured and supported that this will not be the case and that they advocate for their staff. I can attest to this ...

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    ​I have used Westmeria for CPN’s for several years. The service has always been of a very high standard, the CV’s I receive are of a high quality and suitable for the positions I am advertising. Westmeria stay in contact with both myself and the candidates throughout any placements and nothing is too much trouble for them.

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    ​I used to use a number of nursing agencies for my temporary staffing needs, but since using Westmeria I have never had to return to using another agency. They listen, understand my requirements and show an excellent knowledge of mental health services. My requirements for the services I run are very particular (CAMHS) and I have had some really excellent Mental Health nurses who have been able to hit the floor running with regards to picking up caseloads. Service users have als...

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