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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
13 May 2019

Nifty networking plus valuable volunteering = career cheer

As Enterprise Coordinator at Enterprise M3 LEP, Shirley Ducker helps schools and colleges improve their careers and enterprise activities to engage with the world of employment. But it’s through her own personal journey that she’s learned the most about the power of networking.  Shirley’s here as a guest blogger to share her experience with you…[…..]

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01 May 2019

Seeing beyond age discrimination myths

As we’re all living – and working – for longer, the age range in most workplaces is becoming broader. In some cases, there can be an age gap of 50 years or more between staff. All diversity enriches the work culture, but it can require some education to manage it effectively. ACAS recently published a[…..]

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05 Apr 2019

Tips for recruiting under 25-year olds

There are countless reasons why recruiting a person under the age of 25 could be beneficial to the success and growth of your business. As a job agency in Basingstoke, we’ve recently been reminded of the benefits of this yet again. Spring is a time for new beginnings and you’ll not only be opening a[…..]

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21 Mar 2019

Learning on the job: the benefits of apprenticeships to employer and employee

As a recruitment agency that’s also heavily involved in the community, we can’t stop talking about the many benefits of apprenticeships. These positions give young people and career-changers the opportunity to study for a work-based qualification that is often the first stepping stone in a bright career. Our apprentice, Kyra Wallace, recently completed her time[…..]

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08 Feb 2019

Candidates keep falling through? Don’t make your plan B a second thought

  In recruitment, as in life, things rarely work out as expected. The news reminds us daily that it’s actually wise to expect the unexpected. For example, you’ve got to wonder if there’s a teeny weeny bit of Theresa May’s brain that wishes she had pre-prepared a plan B for how Brexit is unfolding… We[…..]