Highly Experienced Commercial Sales Manager
AAT qualified Bookkeeper/Management Accountant
Experienced Warehouse Supervisor
CIPD qualified HR/Training/Project Manager
Director level PA/Secretary with 20 years experience.
Highly experienced Project Manager with 20 years experience
PA/Secretary with 15 years experience.
Part-time AAT qualified accounting technician
Highly experienced Office Manager and Team Secretary
Trainee Legal Secretary with 10 months work experience
Experienced Warhouse Manager with 22 years experience in distribution
Experienced Secretary who has been working in the private banking environment
Unemployment in Kent - Statistics from the KCC Business Intelligence Statistical Bulletin - October 12
The KCC have provided their monthly update of unemployment levels in Kent as at September 2012 - all figures are taken from the Jobseekers Allowance Claimant Count which records the number of people claiming Jobseekers Allowance and National Insurance Credits at local Job Centre Plus offices -...
Job Interviews - some helpful tips
We have listed a few of the main points to remember when attending an interview - please give us a call if you would like more advice.Remember preparation is the key to a successful interview - research the company - read their website - this will give you some background information and might...
Do you have good Customer Service knowledge - enjoy speaking to people on the phone? Our Client is looking for someone to help them out on a temporary basis for up to three months - please contact Alex for more details.
We have various Contact Centre vacancies in Borough Green between the hours of 7am and 11.30pm. These are on a 8 hour shift basis and will include alternate weekend. Please call us for more information.
Kent Unemployment Figures for May 2012
According to the KCC Monthly Ward unemployment Bulletin for May unemployment in their geographical area fell by 1.9% - with the unemployment rate running at 3.3% just below the national average of 3.9%.
UK fall in unemployment - but more can only find part time employment
Good to see in the news that official figures show the UK unemployment total fell by 45,000 to 2.63 million in the first three months of the year - the Office for National Statistics announced that the jobless rate fell to 8.2%. However out of the 45,000 reduction in unemployment figures 42,0...
Time Sheets and Payslips
We are pleased that our changeover from posting to emailing timesheets and payslips has gone smoothly - thanks to everyone who has helped us achieve this. If you have any problems please give one of the team a call and we will be happy to help.
Monthly Prize for the best work related posting!
Have you got a work related story you would like to share with us - or even a holiday away from work episode that ended up with you working unexpectedly?
Do you take your dog to work - or any pet for that matter - let us know!
Had an embarrassing interview? (Not Embarrassing Bodies!).
Increase in part time working is good news according to the REC
Overall unemployment down by 35K on the last quarter
The latest statistics on the labour market were released today (18th April 12) by the Office for National Statistics show that the overall unemployment is down from the last quarter by 35 thousand and also that the number of part time w...
Kent Unemployment Statistics in March
Unemployment in Kent is slowly reducing
The KCC April 12 Research & Evaluation Statistical Bulletin announces that unemployment decreased in the KCC area by 1.4% against the national level of 1.2%. KCC unemployment is currently running at 3.5% which is below the national average of 4.1%.
Normally found on his bean bag in the Accounts Department - Bertie will saunter down the corridor when bored and find someone to take him out to stretch his legs. More Basset than Springer Spaniel the only time I have seen him spring is when food is involved.
Bank Holidays - do we have a right to them?
With the Easter and Jubilee Bank Holidays approaching we are all hoping for some sun - but do we have to be paid for them? The answer is actually no we don't - they are not a 'statutory entitlement' for employees but many companies have included them in their Contracts of Employment.