The story to focus on the tips for senior management that Fortel Owner, Sat Nijjer can provide.

About Fortel

Fortel is a family-owned business founded by Shinda Nijjer in 1998 which provides effective and timely construction and labouring work.

Fortel is now the leading provider of labourers in the construction sector of the United Kingdom.

The company prides itself on an ability to communicate clearly between owner and employee in order to see every project through to the end.

About CEO

Sat Nijjer, current CEO and owner of Fortel, has spoken of how he ensures the business continues

to grow and evolve under his guidance.

He said: “Fortel has a clear understanding of every project they take on with a professional plan in place and this level of organisation has been key to their success.

“Simple documentation and decision making throughout every working day

is essential for a successful business.

“Responsible and realistic budgeting and sufficient training are also imperative to

create a strong foundation for any business.

“Being able to plan for every outcome or emergency is another reason Fortel has been able to grow over the years.

“Among the various other things a company needs, dedication, passion, and persistence are extremely important when it comes to your workforce.

“Fortel manages its labourers by providing them with professional training

and experience before referring them to any customer.

“This ensures the reputation and quality of Fortel’s work is always on the rise

and that all values are upheld.

For a business to be successful, no corners should be cut.

“The labourers reflect the best of Fortel itself as their genuine passion for trade means

that their work will never be rushed.

“For this reason, Fortel has quickly risen to be one of the best suppliers in the country, making its mark across the world.

“Fortel has not grown overnight, being able to trust the process and

be patient is also important when trying to establish a successful business.

“An owner needs to be diligent, positive and persistent if they are to motivate

their team towards progress.

With hard work and consistency, your business will flourish.”

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Fortel largest labour suppliers supporting Armed Forces

About Fortel

Fortel,The construction industry is one of the most vibrant economies in the UK with an escalating demand for recruits,

not only for trades but increasingly those with leadership and management skills. 

Estimates are that, overall, construction needs more than 160,000 new recruits by 2023.

Every year, 20,000 men and women leave the armed forces. Many have worked in challenging environments, demanding strong collaborative and leadership skills.

Their experiences often make them ideally suited to careers in construction.

We are proud to have a number of ex-service staff amongst our people – an honour which we are committed to maintaining.

About Chris

Chris began his security journey as a guard, with Fortel supporting him to collect a number of training and auditing qualifications,

helping his career to progress to the senior management role he holds today.

He said: “Fortel have been very supportive throughout my career.

“When I left the army there wasn’t really any support for transitioning to civilian life, nothing like it is today.

“I think the support given to me reflects really well on the company – it is a supportive company and we have a real family environment.”

Gary Benson spent nine years on active service in the army from 1983, including five tours of Northern Ireland and overseas postings.

After making the traditionally difficult transition to civilian life, he managed to secure employment in a number of security and driving jobs.

However, the financial impact of unexpectedly losing a job and the struggle to find work after that led to Gary being made homeless.

With support from the Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) Fortel and Kier,

Gary was provided with accommodation and opportunities to put him back on his feet in 2018.

Kam Dale, Contracts Manager, said: “The transition from life in the Armed Forces to civilian life is notably difficult and Gary is one of many to experience that.

“However, seeing him shine when given the opportunity to learn new skills and gain new experiences is proof of the value that those who have served in the Armed Forces can bring.”

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