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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
27 Jun 2021

Why candidate marketing is essential during the recruitment process

Guest Blog by Kaia Vincent, Director, Brevity Marketing At the beginning of the financial year, the Guardian reported that Jes Staley, Chief Executive at Barclays, forecast the UK economy would see the biggest boom since 1948. Growth undoubtedly means an increase in job opportunities as companies seek to expand to either meet demand and/or take[…..]

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22 Jun 2021

Let’s talk about The C Word

Careers! Everybody’s talking about them, especially to the younger generation. Combined with the tsunami of other messages teenagers are receiving every nanosecond (and that’s just on social media), you can’t blame them for feeling a little overwhelmed. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” can sometimes feel like the hardest question of[…..]

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02 Jun 2021

How many pearls of jobhunting wisdom can you find in this podcast?

Lots of people have found themselves having to look for alternative temporary and permanent work unexpectedly, due to the economic impact of the pandemic. If this is you, you might feel like you simply don’t know where on earth to start… Perhaps it’s been a while since you’ve had to look for a job. Or[…..]

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04 May 2021

What have you done today that your future self will thank you for?

  ‘Self-care’ has become a term often spoken of and written about – but what does it really mean? Me-time and meditation? Bubble baths and beauty sleep? Yoga and yogurt? As lovely and relaxing as all that sounds, self-care can also be about ACTION. More to the point, self-care can be about self-investment. How you[…..]

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27 Apr 2021

Do We Really Understand What Consent Is? – Guest blog by Clare Davis of Nova Associates

Sexual Assault has been headlines in the news on too many occasions in the last few weeks. What worries me are the messages we are conveying to our loved ones and employees about consent? Are we communicating what sex is really about? It is about building a relationship with the person we love and then[…..]