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Are you looking for permanent jobs in Basingstoke? You spend more time at work in a permanent job than you do at home so it's really important that you make the right job choice. At Wote Street People this is exactly what we aim to do - we match the right people with the right job.

We build long-term relationships with many local businesses, ensuring our Basingstoke recruitment agency gets a constant stream of new job opportunities in and around the area.

We are also associated with a network of TEAM agencies where we can share your details and look at a wider spread of jobs, or if you work in a more specialised field, we have experts we can call on too.

  • Speak to us today, to let us help you with your next new permanent job
  • Or refer a friend and earn yourself £50 worth of shopping vouchers when we find them a permanent job - call us now, conditions apply.
Wote Street People Temporary Jobs

Temporary jobs

How should you start your search for a temporary job in Basingstoke? If you are looking for temping work in Basingstoke and the surrounding area then make Wote Street People your first port of call.

With over 25 years of experience, we are a highly reputable Basingstoke recruitment agency and we have established relationships with many companies in Basingstoke who need temporary staff.

What are the key benefits of having a temporary job?

  • Temporary work is an ideal way to earn extra money quickly
  • Gives you the opportunity to try various jobs and can be your foot in the door for permanent work
  • Over 57% of our Temps are taken on permanently by our clients
  • If you are looking for adhoc work to fill in, temp work is the way to go. You pick when you want to work
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Register with Wote Street People

If you are looking for suitable jobs in Basingstoke, then call us on 01256 811818 to talk with us.

You can register in two ways.

1) If it’s difficult to get into the office, simply sign up for our vacancies list to hear about our latest opportunities or

2) If you are looking to start work asap and may consider temporary work, pop into the office any time Monday – Friday between 9am and 5pm.

We look forward to speaking to you soon and planning your future together.

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