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Drowning under a sea of job applications?

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COVID-19 has changed the working world beyond all recognition. Just last year, we were recruiting for jobs in Basingstoke in a candidate-led market, where applicants were spoilt for choice and employers had to fight to pin down the best talent. Fast forward to summer 2020, and the tide has certainly turned… Businesses whose profits have[…..]

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Meet Wote Street People’s consultants:

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Like many companies, lockdown made us reconsider how we work. Not shy of adventure, we were hot off the press in finding and sharing new ways to keep productive and stay keep connected to our team, customers, and candidates.  Our new working solutions have worked so well that it got us pondering…Do we really need[…..]

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In the pursuit of happiness: Supporting the M3 Job Club and other community groups

Part of our culture at Wote Street is about giving back.  Our core values are: we listen, we consult, we care and that fits perfectly with all of the charities and community groups we support locally. The Pink Place – supporting people affected by cancer Basingstoke Consortium & Skillstree – helping young people to gain[…..]

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‘Why sending your CV is the hardest way of landing a job’

Don’t get us wrong, a CV is an important tool when applying for jobs – but it’s only one of the items in your job seekers toolkit. (If you need some help developing your CV we’ve written a blog to help or feel free to give us a ring and we’ll happily review.) Getting to[…..]

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Mental Health Awareness Week

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There couldn’t be a better time for Mental Health Awareness week.  Now that the government restrictions due to the corona virus are being lifted, more people are anxious about the repercussions. It’s still out there; bosses and employees alike are trying to make the journey to work and the work environment a relatively safe place[…..]

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Small but mighty: 3 perks of working with an independent recruitment agency that boasts a nationwide network

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We connect the best-matched candidates and businesses – the people brokers. Taking the time to find the right-fit for candidates and customers alike increases the probability of candidates being happy in not only your new role but blossoming in the right company culture. And companies achieving higher staff retention, effective teams and increased staff productivity. […..]

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What shall we learn from our enforced time together?

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Tomorrow we have a bank holiday on a Friday!  Special because this normally only happens for Good Friday at Easter.  Not so special because the majority are at home already and have been for at least 7 weeks.  The Covid-19 outbreak has turned normality on its head.  As indeed did World War II, the end[…..]

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HR peer discussion group… virtual style

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We really can’t believe it’s May already! In a parallel non-lockdown universe, several HR peer group events would have happened by now. Despite the challenges these strange times bring, we’ve found video conferencing so easy to use and a great way to engage with colleagues, clients, candidates and suppliers. So, for the time being the[…..]

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Why you should always be recruiting

Being on the constant look out for potential candidates is essential for attracting the very best people to your business. By waiting until you need someone, you’ll only get the best of candidates available at that point in time. However, by always recruiting, you expose your business to the best of the best. Here’s some[…..]

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The wonder of women

– My inspirational week   Last week was incredibly inspirational for me, and not only because Sunday was International Women’s Day. I spent Tuesday and Wednesday attending a Mental Health First Aid course in Basingstoke, courtesy of Neil Perry Mental Health. It was noticeable that all delegates were women and I hope future events attract[…..]

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13 Aug 2020

Drowning under a sea of job applications?

COVID-19 has changed the working world beyond all recognition. Just last year, we were recruiting for jobs in Basingstoke in a candidate-led market, where applicants were spoilt for choice and employers had to fight to pin down the best talent. Fast forward to summer 2020, and the tide has certainly turned… Businesses whose profits have[…..]

Latest Posts
30 Jul 2020

Meet Wote Street People’s consultants:

Like many companies, lockdown made us reconsider how we work. Not shy of adventure, we were hot off the press in finding and sharing new ways to keep productive and stay keep connected to our team, customers, and candidates.  Our new working solutions have worked so well that it got us pondering…Do we really need[…..]

Latest Posts
23 Jun 2020

In the pursuit of happiness: Supporting the M3 Job Club and other community groups

Part of our culture at Wote Street is about giving back.  Our core values are: we listen, we consult, we care and that fits perfectly with all of the charities and community groups we support locally. The Pink Place – supporting people affected by cancer Basingstoke Consortium & Skillstree – helping young people to gain[…..]

Latest Posts
25 May 2020

‘Why sending your CV is the hardest way of landing a job’

Don’t get us wrong, a CV is an important tool when applying for jobs – but it’s only one of the items in your job seekers toolkit. (If you need some help developing your CV we’ve written a blog to help or feel free to give us a ring and we’ll happily review.) Getting to[…..]

Latest Posts
19 May 2020

Mental Health Awareness Week

There couldn’t be a better time for Mental Health Awareness week.  Now that the government restrictions due to the corona virus are being lifted, more people are anxious about the repercussions. It’s still out there; bosses and employees alike are trying to make the journey to work and the work environment a relatively safe place[…..]