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Basingstoke Consortium and Skillstree programme - Via the Skillstree programme, Basingstoke Consortium offer employer visits, talks, mock interviews, skills and career days for 11-18 year olds living in the local area. Wote Street Employment is a supporter of the Skillstree award and also deliver talks to students in local schools and colleges.

Basingstoke Consortium Charity Events 2015 - During our 25th anniversary year, Wote Street People are undertaking a series challenges, for charity. We have selected Basingstoke Consortium welcome donations to support us in our fundraising.

M3 Job Club- The M3 Job Club was established by local business man Richard Thayer. It is free and open to those who are 'in job transition' or 'at risk of redundnacy' who 'want to work'. Wote St. dedicate one hour each week to the M3 Job Club, helping members develop their CV 's for the current job market.

Basing View - Wote Street People are part of the Basing View community. Basing View is becoming a business destination of choice by offering more investment in public space and infrastructure. More amenities, more connections and more live/work opportunities

The Pink Place - The Pink Place and The Blue Space are our chosen charities for 2018-2019. They offer free well-being and support services to men and women experiencing cancer, as well as their partners. Their service includes complementary therapies, hairdressing, counselling, and social events - providing a vital link to others in similar circumstances.

Disability Committed Scheme - This scheme supports employers like Wote Street People to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to your workplace.

Basingstoke Schools and Colleges We regularly provide careers support in the form of talks and interview techniques for year 10+ students.

Latest Posts
23 Sep 2021

Investing in candidates in the long term: A success story

Anthony has been on the books of Wote Street People, a recruitment agency in Basingstoke, for over 12 years. We’ve placed him in temporary jobs, permanent jobs, and he’s found jobs himself…but he always comes back to us. By telling his story, we hope other candidates will be able to see how much we invest[…..]

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27 Aug 2021

It’s people not technology, that makes our world go round – do your bit and get referring

As mentioned in our previous blog, there is currently a widespread candidate shortage and we need your help to match the right people to the right jobs. What has a candidate shortage got to do with me? Worker shortages will affect everyone at a personal, local and national level. The pandemic and people self-isolating proved[…..]

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26 Aug 2021

Facing redundancy? The path ahead is paved with transferable skills

Why did the chicken cross the road? There wasn’t a lorry driver available to give it a lift. You’ve probably heard the news reports of a partial closure of the restaurant chain Nando’s and fewer dishes on the menu at KFC. Turkey might be off the menu for some this Christmas too because of a[…..]

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02 Aug 2021

Houston. We have a (candidate shortage) problem!

3 ways working with a trusted recruitment agency can help minimise your candidate shortage dilemma. Wote Street People contributes data to The Jobs Report, issued monthly industry by KMPG & REC.  Last month’s findings made for interesting reading for HR Managers and Directors currently trying to recruit new staff. Here’s a few snippets: Job vacancies[…..]

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30 Jul 2021

How to register with recruitment agencies (and get the job you want!)

The way you register with a recruitment agency may have changed since the pandemic. But one thing sure hasn’t – don’t send us your CV in the first instance. Just pick up the phone and call us! But before you do that… there is some prep you need to do yourself.  You spend much of[…..]