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“So, which job is this interview for again?”

Searching for job vacancies in Basingstoke, or anywhere for that matter, is no mosey around the park. Even that initial trawl through the job boards can be a rollercoaster of emotions… “Ooh, love the sound of that! Right up my street…” “Transparency Enhancement Facilitator? What the heck is one of those? A window cleaner?” “Wow![…..]

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Not So Great Expectations – part 1

Although it was a last minute arrangement, my work experience placement at Wote Street People, a recruitment agency in Basingstoke, has been excellent all round. Not only was I kept busy constantly, which got me doing lots of different things, I was welcomed into the office by the friendly workers present there by all manners[…..]

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The Hawk has left the nest……

When we were choosing our charity challenges to mark our silver jubilee as a Basingstoke recruitment company, mine was to have my head shaved. The mohican sort of distracted me for a while. That came about from a presentation to year 8 at Brighton Hill Community College. As mentioned in earlier blogs, it attracted far[…..]

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Flipping ‘ek! Don’t judge a pancake by its mixture

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Tossing isn’t something we would usually discuss in one of our blogs, but as it’s Shrove Tuesday we feel it’s a completely acceptable subject! Maxine, Matt and Tracy from Wote Street People along with our marketing consultant, Kaia, from Brevity, took part in a pancake contest as part of our 25th anniversary celebration. Using the[…..]

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Why Employee References and the interview process don’t tell the whole story

Staff are one of your company’s most valuable assets.  Whether your business is expanding and you need to fill a new position, you require a new recruit to quickly fit into the culture of an established team or you want to find someone that will inject the inspiration and motivation back into a flagging department[…..]

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17 Apr 2018

A nomination to be proud of

Here at Wote Street People, we were absolutely delighted to hear that our very own Maxine Hart has been nominated in the Business and the Community category of the annual Place To Be Proud Of Awards! These awards are organised by Destination Basingstoke and recognise the contributions made by the individuals, groups, organisations, places and[…..]

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08 Mar 2018

Hello? Is it me you’re looking for?

Use your personal brand to get your dream job When you’re applying for jobs in Basingstoke, you’ll need to consider what will make you stand out as a candidate. Everyone applying for that role will have similar skills, but only you have your own ‘personal brand’. You say tomato, I say tomato  Think of yourself[…..]

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05 Jan 2018

Top 3 tips for getting the most out of your recruitment agency

If you’re looking for job vacancies in Basingstoke, working with a local recruiter like Wote Street People could be very rewarding because we have the local business knowledge that might lead to opportunities for you to meet with companies face to face. However, there’s nothing more annoying than registering for job vacancies in Basingstoke with[…..]

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22 Nov 2017

Established Basingstoke recruitment agency wins Student’s Choice Award

Local recruitment agency, Wote Street People, won Student’s Choice at the recent Skills Tree Awards. The ceremony was held at BDBC Council Chamber on 7th November and organised by Basingstoke Consortium; an education charity that works with the area’s young people. Their goal is to help students gain the skills and confidence for adult life[…..]

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01 Nov 2017

Guide to writing a CV, to get an interview that will get you the job!

What is it used for? A CV provides an overview of your working life so far. However, it doesn’t need to be restricted to just your working life. If you have achievements or interests outside of work that may have a bearing on your application – write about them. Now is not the time to[…..]